Posts Tagged: Location Photography

Bomber Command- Lancaster Merlin Engine Night Run

Yesterday was Crappy. It was cold, gloomy and raining all day long. My friend, ‘Brooker’, has been jonesing for YEARS to go to Nanton to see them fire up the engines on the Lancaster Bomber. With the weather the way it was yesterday, I had some serious doubts about even going at all. It just… Read more »

The Reasons You Should Do ‘Environmental’ Portraits

In the Fall of 1992, I began a 22 year long career. September 1st, to be exact. It all started with a friend, at the time, who purchased a local Theatre Magazine that had become a growing concern. “Cityscope” as it was known back then was a ‘free-stand’ magazine with a local distribution of 60,000… Read more »

Natural Light Portraits

Natural Light I’ve spent a wee bit of time at Craft Beer Market over the last few days. Mmmmm. Beer! Craft has a large bank of windows, facing north. The Renaissance Artists KNEW a perfectly constructed sofftbox when they saw it. The modelling on this photo was impeccable, it was the ideal ‘lighting ratio’. A… Read more »

Busted!

Busted. One of the things that I love the best about the new Mirrorless breed is how easy they make it to be discreet. Well, most of the time. They’re small enough that I’ve never found any resistance to bringing them in almost anywhere. They’re quiet, you can always use the rear LCD and with… Read more »

Burger320

 Burger320 Went for Brunch with some close friends this morning at the Blue Star Cafe in Bridgeland. Noticed this little gem across the street and had to take the shot. When we’d originally arrived for brekky there was an SUV parked in front of it ruining the whole thing… BUT, the take-away is this: *(there’s… Read more »

The Beauty Of Natural Light and Reflectors.

Why I Love Natural Light and Reflectors. “Hey Johnny Mom would like you to call/connect with her about doing photos of her as well.” Which Mom? “MY Mom. You met her when you were here at Christmas”. And thus it began. Steffany is a very good friend of mine, whom I’ve done some delightfully casual… Read more »

Finally. Yes, Finally. Camera Wi-Fi.

There’s something amazing about In-Camera Wi-Fi It’s nice to see that computing’s exceptional reach is soaking into day to day photography. Not too long ago I bought a Fuji XE-2. It was set up to couple with an iPhone through an in camera app in the Fuji and another in the phone. Initially it was… Read more »

Them Changes, Them Changes……

There was a time, not so long ago…. People would call. ‘We need a Photo of an executive. It has to be shot in our location and MUST be on a White Background.” Well that gets tricky, just loading all that stuff in by myself.  A 15 foot roll of white seamless paper, light stands… Read more »