I’m exhibiting some of my work at Twist Gallery on Queen West from May 2 – 28, 2019. The opening reception is from 6pm – 9pm on Thursday May 2. I hope to see you there!
I’m excited to announce that I will be holding an exhibition of my landscape photography at Harvest Kitchen in Toronto. Monday January 25 from 7 PM – 9 PM.
The iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2015) is a great machine for professional photography. I’ve been using it for two months and the crisp, high resolution display still impresses me. It renders text as if it were printed on a page.
Another Escape describes itself as “an outdoor lifestyle, creative culture and sustainable living publication that explores the stories of passionate people and the motivations behind their inspirational lifestyles.” It’s a beautifully designed magazine from the UK.
I’ve been wanting to create a photo book of my work for a long time. Every photographer should print their work from time to time and create a book at some point. It takes a lot of work but it’s worth putting those pixels to paper. I selected 50+ landscape photos of my best work and put it into […]
The natural beauty of coastal Georgian Bay has endless possibilities for making landscape photos. One of my favourite locations is just south of Killarney Provincial Park along the shores of Philip Edward Island. Dozens of smaller islands such as the The Foxes provide incredible, scenic diversity, making it a perfect destination for a 3-4 day adventure.
This afternoon I was wandering around the Beaches Arts & Crafts Show in Toronto when I noticed some incredible black and white photography that looked very familiar. Two weeks earlier I saw the same photos at Yorkminster Park Gallery in an exhibit titled In the Midst of Angels by Canadian photographer Pamela Williams.
A friend of mine recently asked me why I posted an “old” photo on Facebook and if I heard the latest news about the Boston bombers. Confused, I answered no. Then he said “Do you know why you haven’t heard any news about the Boston bombers? Because nobody cares anymore!” The implication was why post photos of a place if you weren’t there recently.
I recently applied to the Canon Professional Services (CPS) program and was approved at the Gold membership level for one year. I first learned about this program in a blog post by Ethan Meleg. I have to be honest, the Canon swag is what interested me at first. So what do you get as a Gold member to this program?
If you want to be inspired by some fantastic landscape photos of Ireland then have a look at the work of Peter Cox. He recently published his first book which contains his best photographs from the last seven years.