Saturday, May 16, 2015

Good Morning

An image from East Bay New York
Taken and processed with the Nexus 7 Tablet

Monday, May 11, 2015

Love the Farmland

Some shots taken on the way home from a gig a few weeks back. Love the farmland.








Tuesday, May 5, 2015

May The Force Be With You

So yesterday was May the 4th. People are now calling it Star Wars day. What better time to show you some fun images I did this past winter. These were all shot on table top mostly with one light source. They were then combined with star backgrounds that I took last summer with these shots in mind. The shots with motion in the stars were done by zooming during exposure in the night sky. The engine exhaust is the flame of a propane torch, shot separately and layered in. The only element not shot by myself was the surface of Tatooine and its moon.

lock s-foils in attack position

this baby's got a few surprises left in her sweetheart

stay on the leader

they shut down the main reactor, we'll be destroyed for sure

red five standing by

I can't shake him




Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Under the Bridge

I've been trying to do some more biking lately and it turns out its a great way to explore locations for making images.
These are bridges where highway 406 crosses the old canal & Welland river. On the left is the brand new bridge that is not in service yet, on the right the existing one. I thought it was cool how the new concrete matched the old almost perfectly. Makes for nice visual symmetry.
These are all taken with a 10 stop ND filter.





Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Fog Changes Everything

When I woke up last Friday morning and saw the fog I knew it would be a good morning to shoot. Its amazing how fog can change everything. It isolates aspects of the landscape in different ways.
I love it!









Sunday, March 15, 2015

Through The Car Window

I was fooling around with shooting through a rainy window yesterday. I really like the results, but also have ideas to improve....
These were all shot through the car window in Welland.





Saturday, March 7, 2015

Hemlock Trees

Man its been a long cold winter.
I have been going through images from an Algonquin trip in the fall of 2012 and finding that the contrasting yellows and greens of the hemlock trees make for great black and white images.
Looking forward to some nicer weather to get out shooting :)