So last night I went for my evening walk and I essentially got caught in the rain. That is when something remarkable happened, I decided just to stay out there. And the reason I did so was because the sunset was so remarkable at the time, I thought I could make something out of this rare opportunity. So I carried … Read More
Early last month I decided to post a year-in-review type of gallery of my own personal favourite photos of mine from the year 2015. What I didn’t realize at the time of creating that post, was how important it would be for me creatively. By reviewing my previous year, it made me really stop and evaluate where I wanted 2016 … Read More
It can be difficult deciding when to shoot and when to put the camera away, especially when it comes to family outings. Recently I have gravitated towards always carrying my camera with me because you never know when good photos can present themselves. The Sony A7RII makes this decision easy, as I can put the very small 28mm 2.0 lens … Read More
I butchered my own photo by pasting a cartoon sun on top of it. But I can explain. See, every once in a while you get clients that you take from, when you’re supposed to be giving. Sure, Joe Arko and I had an incredible shoot, produced a significant number of compelling images, and everyone left the experience satisfied. He … Read More
As a photographer, every once in a while we work with a client that helps us beyond being fun and easy to shoot. Recently I shot with a long time friend for the very first time and it was not only an opportunity to create some really powerful images, it was a chance to catch up. And let me tell … Read More
Shooting in abandoned or run-down spaces, as you know, is one of my favourite things to do. However shooting in abandoned places of incredible historical significance, that are on the verge of having life breathed back into them is a rare and special occasion I was recently able to take advantage of with my good friend Eric Johnston.