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
Since I’ve been featuring Nikon 1 J5 images in my recent series of Nova Scotia photography tour articles, I thought readers may like to view some Nikon 1 V3 Nova Scotia images. Continue reading Nikon 1 V3 Nova Scotia Images
Like most photographers, I’ve found that certain interactions of elements really appeal to me. Tree and water compositions are one of my favourite combinations. Continue reading Tree and Water Compositions in Nova Scotia
During our recent Nova Scotia photography tour we travelled along the Eastern Shore of the province and visited the Port Bickerton Lighthouse. It is situated along Nova Scotia’s Marine Drive on Highway 211. Continue reading Port Bickerton Lighthouse
Sometimes travelling has the ability to deliver life lessons in unexpected ways. This article shares some insights gained at Marie Joseph during our recent Nova Scotia photography tour. Continue reading Insights gained at Marie Joseph
This article shows a selection of images that were captured at Estmere Nova Scotia while I was experimenting with some landscape compositions. Continue reading Experimenting with Landscape Compositions at Estmere Nova Scotia
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
During our recent photography tour of Nova Scotia, we spent half a day exploring the Fortress of Louisbourg. This is one of the largest historical reconstructions in the world and is located about 40 minutes from Sydney Nova Scotia. Continue reading Fortress of Louisbourg
The Bay of Fundy fills and empties 160 billion tons of water twice each day with the rise and fall of the tides. There are numerous places along the Bay of Fundy to capture some interesting images with Burntcoat Head being one of those ‘not to miss’ locations. My wife and I spent some time capturing some landscape compositions at Burntcoat Head during our recent visit to Nova Scotia. Continue reading Landscape Compositions at Burntcoat Head