Our friends Heather and Mathieu at Mirrorlessons.com, have just published a new article, Photographing Details on Classic and Custom Automobiles, that I wrote for their website. Readers interested in seeing this new article can use the link provided.
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
On Labour Day weekend I had the opportunity to capture some images during the 2016 CNE Air Show in Toronto, Canada. Continue reading 2016 CNE Air Show Aircraft Images
Maybe its because of my industrial marketing background, but I love photographing automobile engines. Continue reading Photographing Automobile Engines
Often we have a particular goal in mind when we visit an area as I did when visiting Point Pelee National Park. Sometimes nature does not cooperate and we end up finding an unexpected treasure. That was certainly the case for me when I stumbled on the Canadian Transportation Museum in Kingsville, Ontario.
This article shares a few images that I took during my visit as well as discussing some approaches to consider when photographing cars on display. Continue reading Photographing Cars on Display
Since I was a kid the official end of summer was always the airshow at the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) in Toronto, Canada. Luckily the weather cooperated this year and I was able to spend a couple of afternoons on the Labour Day holiday weekend taking images at the CNE Airshow. This was my first attempt to use my Nikon 1 gear for airshow photography. Continue reading Airshow photography
If you’re a fan of American cars made from the 1940’s through the 1970’s, and you find yourself in the Myrtle Beach (South Carolina) area, you may want to visit Wheels of Yesteryear. This is a private automobile collection of Paul and Carol Cummings which has been on display in Myrtle Beach since the fall of 2009. Continue reading Wheels of Yesteryear
On Labour Day weekend, I had the opportunity to go to the International Air Show at the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto and photograph various aircraft in flight. Continue reading Aircraft in Flight Images with Tamron 150-600mm VC
Having shot well over 10,000 frames since I got my first Nikon 1 V2 in late August 2013 I thought it would be interesting to test this little mirror-less camera and two of its most popular kit lenses under some very difficult shooting conditions. Continue reading Auto Show Images with Nikon 1