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Historic Smithville Village, N.J.

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Historic Smithville Village Photography – Smithville Villiage is located in Galloway Township in NJ, and it is an excellent photography location and more. It is a quaint village offering Dining, Shopping, Lodging, and Family Entertainment. Surrounded by beautiful Lake Melone, Smithville is a lovely place to visit. With its cobblestone paths, there is plenty to photograph here. You can even do night sky photography on the lake. It is in one of the darker areas of N.J.  The carousel makes a great shot, and you can do some long exposure for some different effects.

Smithville Village New Jersey Photography Hot Spot

You should pair this spot up with Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge which is just down the street.  You can head out photographing birds and then stop here for something to eat and then do a little more photography. You don’t want to miss a shot of the train. As you can see, it does make a cool picture. Smithville Village Photography will take an hour or two unless you stick around for some night photography.

They hold festivals here such as the Renaissance Fair which you can get some fresh shots or even practice your photography. Take a look at the images below of The Historic Smithville Village Photography.


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Photography Information and Tips – There is a lake, so be sure to bring your circular polarizing filter to get the reflections. If you stick around for dark sky night photography, you will need your tripod. Don’t forget this area is perfect for dark skies when the skies are clear, and there is a new moon.  This place is also perfect for the Christmas season. It’s a small village that reminds me of a gingerbread house. Some of the cute little shops are very colorful, so remember not to shoot into the sun. When we shoot into the sun, it fades the deep vibrant colors. Dusk with a tripod and Christmas lights will get you some great shots. Bring your zoom lens so you can also check out the Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge just down the street.

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We recommend staying in the village after you finished your day of photographing this location along with Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge which is just a few miles away. Stay here for the dark skies night photography. It will be a full day of photography between the 2 locations.

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Smithville Village – There are several places to eat within the Smithville Village.  There are bakeries, taverns, pizza and cafes. Who wants to list here?

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Smithville is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) located within Galloway Township, in Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States, that was established as part of the 2010 United States Census.  Smithville is located 15 miles (24 km) north of and inland from Atlantic City.

Although Smithville has existed as a community since the American Revolutionary War, most of the community remained very rural until the 1960s when the Smithville Towne Center, a tourist attraction containing over 80 shops, opened. The Towne Center was expanded to include numerous rides and other shops named “The Village Greene”, which was the centerpiece of a large planned community developed since the 1980s.

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