I have been wanting to improve my landscape-type photos, add a bit more punch to them sort of deal. This is where long-exposures come in. Granted, I love seascape imagery, you know, the waves crashing up against rocks but the … Continue Reading »
Ever since I took my Intermediate Digital Photography course at Langara, and we played with single strobes with light modifiers, I have always wanted to get more into portrait photography. Without spending a lot of money, I wanted to utilize … Continue Reading »
With the upcoming long weekend for both Canadians (July 1st, Canada Day) and Americans (July 4th, Independence Day), I thought I would look at tips people can use to try and use to make their firework photos better.
I did previously … Continue Reading »
When it comes to photography equipment, there are many many different pieces of equipment that a photographer should have in their arsenal. One of those pieces of equipment should be a good quality sturdy tripod. A tripod is something I have always … Continue Reading »
Over the last few years I've heard about how Boundary Bay has been receiving some visiting owls. Not just some regular local owls such as Barred owls, but visitors from the colder north, the Snowy owls (Bubo scandiacus). These large … Continue Reading »