It’s winter in Canada. That means hockey is necessary. I recently took advantage of a rather fine day recently to get an action shot out on the pond. Here’s a rundown of what went into getting this image. The Shot Settings: 1/250 ISO 100 f/13 The Setup I wanted a picture showing action, featured subtle […]
Light painting is fun. If you’ve never tried it before, go try it. You won’t regret it. All you need is a tripod, a camera that can take slow shutter pictures and a strong, mobile light source. Even a flashlight works. For this shot I used the LedGo CN-B150 portable video light. Here’s the shot […]
In the intrepid spirit of trying new things for the heck of it, this post will take you behind-the-scenes as we build the portrait of a lightsaber-wielding fiend. To make this picture, I enlisted the help of a model, who from this point on will be identified with the terrifying moniker of “Darth Jason”. For […]
It’s not every day that I get to play with flashes at a hockey rink. So, when given the opportunity one day, I aimed to make the most of it. Hockey is fantastic. But it can also be a nightmare to photograph. Combine poor or strange lighting situations with the blistering speed of the game […]
You want a real challenge? Race against the sun to get a picture. Sunsets in autumn last for a nanosecond. A frickin’ nanosecond. I know that because I’ve timed them. This shot was taken right in my front yard. From the time I started setting up, I knew I had approximately 15 minutes to get […]
So for this post, I’d like to share a quick behind-the-scenes from a fun photoshoot with Mark. Full disclosure, this was shot over two years ago, but it was just in the middle of when I was getting the hang of off-camera flash so I figured I’m still allowed to talk about. Besides, it’s my […]
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