Oakville, ON, Canada – About a week after Hurricane Ivan struck we were blessed with an absolutely unique sky. The clouds were arranged in long sweeping rows. As the sunset, this created a very colourful and vibrant sky. I scrambled to get to a clearing and fire off a few shots. Captured with a Kodak 6490 with a 28mm lens.
Oakville, ON, Canada – When looking for a subject willing to be photographed, I find seagulls to be pretty loyal to the task. All it takes is some french fries. They will come to wherever you are and find a spot to observe you from. As long as you stay there with fries they will stay there and wait. Then it’s simply a matter of point and shoot. Captured with a Canon 20D using a 70-300mm lens.
Oakville, ON, Ontario – Ah good old hockey bleachers. Seeing them empty made me wonder how many people have set here watching their pride. Today is the first of many days for my son who started ice hockey training. These bleachers and I will become well acquainted. Captured with a Canon 5D using a 70-300mm lens.
Oakville, ON, Canada – If the camera is the canvas and light is colour then fire is my favourite brush. Unlike man-made lights, fire is never the same, it’s always changing and never still. This match’s wavering flame paints motion onto an otherwise static frame in the shape of my first initial. Captured with a Canon 20D using a 17-40mm lens.
Oakville, ON, Canada – Photography is the art of drawing with light. We too often forget that the camera does not need to be still for that to remain true. While out tonight I noticed so many different coloured lights on my street from the holidays. I decided to try and capture them all in 30 seconds. This image is the result of the camera bobbing during a large 360 sweep. Captured with a Canon 5D Mark III using an 18-55mm lens.