While on a working vacation up North this fall, I was able to spend some time exploring the scenery through the camera lens. A couple of these images are multi-exposures combined to create an HDR image, which helps to compress the contrast range in natural lighting.
After a long day at a softball tournament with my summer league, the team was invited back to a friend’s apartment down on the lakeshore for some food and drinks. It was a drizzly evening, but I managed to take a few beautiful shots of the CN Tower in the mist.
Spending a weekend in Parry Sound photographing dirt bikes caught my attention. I planned for this 6 months in advance, but I still wasn’t sure what I was going to see when I got there. This was the first ever WEC event in North America, and I was called upon to document the event for posterity and for next year’s media build-up.
Since the beginning, I have been photographing product for sale on snazzygirl.com’s website. This involves a variety of product, some jewelery, some clothes, and even some photos of a wee little dog wearing sweaters for the upcoming snazzypets site. Here is only a sample of some of the photos used on the site.
I struck out with the intention of exploring the living world of plants around me. These photos are gathered over a period of time, but I wanted to present them as one collection here. Continue reading “Around the Neighbourhood – Plants”
Here’s a few shots of my latest project; a Gibson 335 thinline archtop guitar copy. I bought all the parts online and assembled it to my own specs. All gold hardware compliment the dressed black surface of this beauty. I still have work to do to complete the project (like dressing the frets, finishing the neck, and tweaking the electronics), but it plays fine as it is.
One sunny afternoon we set out to capture a new set of header images for the Domestic Goddess’ website. Here is a sampler of the images we used for the site.
I did a small photo session today that involved shooting a pair of ‘mini safes’ for a metal company. They make custom metal products for in-store product displays, and these safes are something they make specially for clients. These mini safes are made of heavy gauge steel, and have a removable stainless steel door, complete with a security lock installed. Great for home or office.