On new year’s day I went for a drive, through the back roads of course! There are a few regular places I drive by now and then, thinking I really should photograph them …one day. But on this day, the first day of the new year. I DID it.Continue Reading
You know how much I love my iPhone! And so do a lot of photographers. Unfortunately the iPhone (all versions) isn’t so good for some things.Continue Reading
Is there a camera in your future? To make sure you get the most bang for your camera-related holiday gifts, we’re holding a beginner photography class in Winnipeg – Go from Taking Snapshot to Making WOW Shots! I’ll be delivering this high powered fun filled program so you’ll be learning my favorite award winning tactics and techniques.Continue Reading
I was once again this week experimenting with photographing stars, the Milky Way and meteors. Warm evenings, no moon, and better yet No mosquitos make this a perfect time for night sky photography. Continue Reading
In the northern hemisphere, spring is rolling out exactly as it should, and along with it is the promise of a new infrared photography season. As soon as the foliage leafs out and the grass is green is the perfect time to get your converted infrared camera out of the gadget bag, or dust off the old Hoya or B&W filters.
Here’s a quick tip sheet for preparing your gear for fantastic infrared shooting excursions:
digital infrared photography
One of the most beautiful and unexpected kinds of photographs can be produced using digital infrared photography techniques.
Infrared photography has been around for a long, long time but using film, it was expensive, very difficult to do and the results were extremely unpredictable, and frequently disappointing.
With infrared photography season pretty much closed for the next few months, I went searching through my files for new post processing techniques to share with you. yes, I want to share, but I also have to round our a few more lessons for the course at Pixels 2.1. (It might have been the wine but looks like there will be a photo trip to China in the next few months! Stay tuned)
Despite the warm weather these past few weeks, the hot infrared sunlight is gone. I found this one image while preparing for the SAG conference – and thought I’d rework it with a new Photoshop post processing technique.