Our friends at Photography Life have published an article that I wrote for the website, “Photographing Automotive Details“. This new article features some additional images that may be of interest. Interested readers can click on the link to view this new article.
This article discusses using extension tubes to photograph auto details, and shares a range of sample images. I recently went to the annual PoultryFest event in Smithville Ontario. It features an antique and custom car show, which is a great place to capture some images of automotive details. Continue reading Using Extension Tubes to Photograph Auto Details
Photography Life has just published a new article, Birds-in-Flight Practice Exercise: Find – Frame – Fire!. Readers wishing to see this new article can use the link provided. Continue reading Birds-in-Flight Practice Exercise: Find – Frame – Fire! on PL
From time to time I receive emails or phone calls at the office, or comments on this website, in which readers express some concerns about their camera system being discontinued. Orphan camera system risks exist, and they are the subject of this article. I’d like to thank one of our readers, Allan Crook, for a recent comment which was a bit of a creative spark for this article. Continue reading Orphan Camera System Risks
This short article discusses some potential approaches that can be considered when working with fog images in post. Obviously each photographer has their own, unique creative vision that they bring to their work. How a photographer chooses to process their images in post is one of the ways that each of us brings our creative vision to life. Continue reading Working with fog images in post
I went out early this morning, and spent about 15 minutes capturing some quick images of a fog shrouded harbour. I always enjoy creating these kinds of photographs and working with them in post. This article shares a few images, as well as some of my composition considerations. Continue reading Fog Shrouded Harbour
This short article features a series of 23 images showing a cormorant swallowing a fish at 20 frames per second. Continue reading Cormorant Swallowing Fish at 20 fps
Regardless of the camera that each of us may own, practising eye hand coordination is a good idea. This is especially true if one enjoys photographing birds-in-flight or other moving wildlife. Continue reading Practising Eye Hand Coordination
On Saturday morning I was out at Ruthven Park in Cayuga Ontario. My intent was to photograph some hummingbirds or purple martins in flight. When nature did not cooperate I looked around for another challenge and ended up photographing bees in-flight, hand-held. Continue reading Photographing Bees In-Flight Hand-Held
Readers interested in viewing a short camera market statistics article I wrote for Photography Life (Camera Market Stabilizing – April 2017 Update), can use the provided link.