Saturday, December 13, 2014

Antelope Canyon Retrospective

Very interesting news with landscape photographer Peter Lik selling an image "Phantom"of Antelope Canyon for $6.5 million. Lots of comments and debate.

It has inspired me to look back at images I took there. What an amazing place and what a crazy day. We couldn't believe how many people were in the canyon that day. It was like a high school hallway between classes, but everyone has a tripod! The light is very low so I remember shooting at around 10-20 second exposures. This makes it very difficult to get images with nobody in them.

A couple of my keepers from that day
These are available for slightly less than $6.5 million :)





Sunday, November 9, 2014

Keeping it Country

A photo shoot with a couple friends for their two piece band. All taken on the farm :)








Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Lots to see & lots to shoot.

Some Images from a drive around Seneca Lake in New York a couple weeks ago.
Lots to see & lots to shoot.




 



 


 


Monday, October 27, 2014

What Do You See Photo Challenge 2014

Very proud to have been a part of this challenge put on by the Welland Camera Club. Thanks again to all who participated.


Monday, October 13, 2014

On The Way To Work

I've been seeing some great sunrises on the way to work lately. Sunrises & sunsets are done so much that I find the only thing that makes them different or stand out is what is included in the foreground. Even if its in silhouette. Here are some of my attempts.

The Welland River from Woodlawn

 Abstract sunset in Port Colborne

Bridge 11 in Allanburg 

Highway 406 & 20

Port Colborne Arena Sunset

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Monday, September 29, 2014

Speaking in Niagara Falls

Just a quick note to let you know that I will be doing a presentation on "Developing a Personal Style" at the Niagara Falls Camera Club on Monday October 6th.
Guests are welcome, would love to see you there!


Monday, September 22, 2014

Jordan Harbor Shipwreck

In my photography I find myself always trying to do something different. Something that feels like I have ownership in. That is a hard thing to do these days. Especially when it comes to subject matter. I'm the type of guy who will drive around looking for interesting things to shoot, and I find a lot of neat stuff right here in the Niagara Region.
With photography being more popular than ever, I know that most cool things I find have been shot before. One of the more unique things to shoot in the region is a burnt out half sunk ship in the Jordan Harbor. Its been there for years and obviously people have been taking photos of it for years. Just google "Jordan Harbor" and look under images. I've seen so many photos of this ship that I was never interested in making images of it. I kind of put up a roadblock in my head against even trying.
Then I saw an image that a friend took of this shipwreck. It was fresh, It was different. It made me see the subject in a different way. In an instant I went from roadblock to wondering why I haven't spent some time with this subject.

Here's one more for the search engines.

ISO 400  F10,  237 sec  10:41 pm