Hagan Family Teaser

Yesterday I had the pleasure of doing some family shots for some of my most favourite people in the world – the Hagan family. We headed down to Lynde Shores Conservation Area in Whitby. Everyone was in a great mood and having fun which made the pictures come relatively easy. What made the experience equally…

Photo of the Week: Week 4

For this weeks photo, I chose a shot I took on Monday at Jackson Park. This was a tough shoot because it was so cold out and working with bare fingers to adjust the filters and polarizers was painful… but worth it. I think.

Hockey Shots

2013 will be the year of photography firsts… for me anyways. I’ve got a bunch of photography ideas I’d like to try out this year. One of those firsts is trying out sports photography such as hockey. Instead of trying to wrangle up tickets to an OHL game, I thought I’d start off by showing…

Jackson Park

I’ve devised a new plan to get out shooting more. With the arrival of our newborn before Christmas, it’s getting more difficult to find free time to get out and shoot… especially in the daytime hours. My new plan involves taking my camera gear to work and heading out on my lunch break – it’s…

Time for a Change

I’ve been running this little blog since August 2011. At first it started out as a blog about anything and everything. As my hobby of photography developed and progressed, the focus of the blog shifted to mostly photo related posts. The next phase of this site will be occurring over the next week or so.…

Welcome to Kevin Collins Photography

This is the first “new” post on this website that will be focused solely on my hobby as a photographer. I’ve broken away from my old blog which was a mash-up of everything in my life to start this website. The old blog will remain intact to discuss my non-photo ramblings while this will become the new…

Photo of the Week: Week 3

I had planned on getting out shooting early this morning, but the weather had other plans, and my nice, warm house won. I stuck my camera out the front door and snapped this shot while being blasted by 40km/h winds. Chilling.