It has been over a year since my wife and I did our photography tour to some western states in the USA. I recently had a chance to revisit some of the photographs that we captured during that trip. I decided to play around in post a little bit, finding treasures in the sand. Continue reading Finding Treasures in the Sand with Post Processing
There are some times of the year in Southern Ontario that tend to make it difficult to find some motivation to do landscape photography. Early December is one of those times. The leaves are down and everything can seem seem drab and lifeless. Yesterday morning it was bright and calm. I took the opportunity to capture some late fall river scenes at Wilkes Dam in Brantford. Continue reading Late Fall River Scenes at Wilkes Dam
Even with limited time, spending an hour birding at LaSalle Park photographing waterfowl can be productive. This article shares some images I captured on Wednesday afternoon. Continue reading Spending An Hour Birding at LaSalle Park
Our friends at Photography Life have published a new article that I wrote for the website: Why I Prefer Being a Lazy Post-Processor than a Lazy Photographer. Continue reading Why I Prefer Being a Lazy Post-Processor than a Lazy Photographer on Photography Life
Our friends at Photography Life have published an article that I wrote for the website, Nova Scotia Photography Tour Sample Images. This article shares a selection of 18 images from the eBook.
We are pleased to announce that our Nova Scotia Photography Tour eBook is now available for purchase and download. This 375 page eBook has 64 featured locations, and contains over 625 original photographs, and is available for $12.99 CDN.
Continue reading Nova Scotia Photography Tour eBook
Our friends at Photography Life have just published a new article, Camera Market Tracking for Increases in 2017, on their website. Readers interested in seeing this new article can use the link provided. Continue reading Camera Market Tracking for Increases in 2017 on Photography Life
Like many photographers I’ve used different types of camera gear including APS-C and full frame Nikon DSLRs, a brief flirtation with M4/3, Nikon 1, and bridge cameras. I thought it would be interesting to ask readers a simple question, “What’s your favourite camera?” Continue reading What’s Your Favourite Camera?
During a recent visit to Bird Kingdom I was reminded of the importance of bird photography backgrounds. While we often do not have many options when photographing in the wild, shooting at captive venues provides us with a lot more latitude. Continue reading Importance of Bird Photography Backgrounds
Readers who enjoy bird and insect photography may be interested in a presentation I will be doing on November 29th at Station 1 Coffeehouse for the Grimsby Camera Group. Continue reading Photographing Birds and Insects Presentation Notice