Monthly Archives: September 2009

Trust Me

Trust Me, I Know What I’m Doing

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More from yesterday post processing spree. Our situation allowed me to shoot a few images of the bride during her final hour of prep. Working through the batch from France versus the batch from Canada where I shot with the …

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Shooting Brides

Shooting Brides and the Occasional Groom

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Wedding photography can often be an equally exhausting experience for the photographers and the bride and groom. Actually, lets be honest, its ALWAYS an exhausting experience even at the best of times. As photographers we arrive with a boat load …

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Mooring Ring along the Vltava

Mooring Ring along the Vltava

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Reaching back into the archives on this one. From an early morning walk along the rivers lower bank, just past where most of the float restaurants dock for the night.

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Cambridge Fountain

Cambridge Fountain

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Somewhere in the town of Cambridge Ontario.

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Little Red Opal

Little Red Opal

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I prepared this, but as often I do, I completely forgot to post this in the blur of the work week. Both partner in crime and willing torture subject in front of the camera. This was however a casual snap …

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Toronto Sunset

Toronto Sunset

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The Toronto skyline shot across eleven exposures and assembled in post, The shots are 5 degrees apart on the tripod head for overlap. I could have probably cut that number in half and considering the speed of the sunset probably …

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Big Cat Naps

Big Cat Naps

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We left Marblehead Ohio last night just after ten at night and got in at close to three in the morning. I have a serious case of “I need some sleep” and the coffee is not cutting it. Reaching back …

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owl

Owl

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Pretty self explanatory no? A picture of a fine feathered owl giving me the move along look. Or sleepy, could be sleepy, hard to tell with owls.

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After the swing

After the swing

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From a recent charity event at the Crosswinds Golf course that Point & Shoot likes to donate its time to.

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Full moon on 4th line

Full moon on 4th line

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A simple 2 image composite. One for the field, trees and barn and one for the detail of the moon itself. Things I learned! The moon rises quickly and any hesitation can make the difference between getting the scale you …

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At the Midway

At the Midway

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Experimented with changing the focal length of the lens during the exposure.

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An Ever Changing Skyline

An Ever Changing Skyline

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The city of Toronto reflected across the water. The skyline has changed so much over the years. There was a time you could easily see almost to the base of the tower. Tripod shot using the old but trust Nikkor …

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The Zipper

The Zipper

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The Zipper, a midway ride, holds a certain fascination for me!

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Lightning Over Halton Hills

Lightning Over Halton Hills

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Multiple lightning strikes at the tail end of a storm. This is a composite of 6 individual exposures.

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