Category Archives: Landscape Photography

Working With Dull Winter Scenes in Post

A number of days ago I decided to take a break from some client video work and a couple of eBook projects on which I’ve been working. I ended up on the shores of Lake Ontario on a cold morning, composing some photographs. After spending a bit of time processing a few of those images I thought I’d share some quick thoughts about working with dull winter scenes in post. Continue reading Working With Dull Winter Scenes in Post

Late Fall River Scenes at Wilkes Dam

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

A Morning Visit to Louisbourg Lighthouse Point Park

While I certainly appreciate the benefits of capturing images during the ‘magic hour’, I very rarely get up early in the morning to specifically do so. During our recent Nova Scotia photography tour I did plan a morning visit to Louisbourg Lighthouse Point Park. Continue reading A Morning Visit to Louisbourg Lighthouse Point Park

Using more creative latitude of zoom lenses.

The lenses that an individual photographer chooses to use is a matter of personal preference. Some folks enjoy shooting with prime lenses while other people prefer zoom lenses. This article discusses using more creative latitude of zoom lenses by considering a few, simple things.  Continue reading Using more creative latitude of zoom lenses.

Along the Shoreline

Eastern Canada, like many other parts of the world, just went through some difficult weather conditions with record amounts of rain falling. The rain caused massive flooding throughout Eastern Canada and caused Lake Ontario water levels to rise to levels not seen in over 40 years. This article features some images captured along the shoreline of Lake Ontario in the Niagara Region. Continue reading Along the Shoreline