The Art of Motion

Inspired by the works of Russian photographer Alexey Titarenko, I’ve taken my own spin on capturing the motion of people. Titarenko captures the movement of people as ghostly blurs in a variety of gritty, urban environments. This is the first time I’ve set out to capture something specific. I had these shots in mind a couple weeks…

2013 Canadian International Auto Show

This past Saturday, a local photographer buddy of mine, Pat Trudeau and I headed down to the 2013 Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto. It was to be an epic, full day of photography, including the auto show, street photography, architecture shots, and long exposures after the sun went down. I’ll post the others photos…

Shooting Smoke

The other day, I had the opportunity to try something out that I had never thought of before. Photographing smoke. We tried out a couple different methods to get some smoke, but my favourite was using dry ice. The first shot below is of a goblet with dry ice in it. There wasn’t much pouring…