Intentional Camera Movement

Intentional camera movement is basically when the camera is moving during the exposure. Exposure times can vary depending on the intended effect. This isn’t a technique I turn to often, as I find it only really works in certain situations such as panning or creating abstract images. I love to use this technique when I’m…

Edge of Ice

When I was at Warsaw Caves last weekend, I spent a bit of time focusing on a certain ice formation. I tried to capture it from a couple different angles and at one point was lying on my belly, foot in the water, camera resting on the ice trying to get a very low perspective…

Warsaw Caves in Winter

Last Saturday morning, our camera club ventured out into the cold to Warsaw Caves, just north-east of Peterborough, ON. It’s a place I’ve been to many times, and love going in the winter, especially for photography. I’ve always thought that it was a difficult place to do photography, as there aren’t really any big open…

Three More Shots From Toronto

I was going through some old photos the other day and came across some from my Toronto visit back in October 2014. I was looking for some shots that I thought would look good in black and white and came across these three. The first one was made with the help of a tripod and the…

Frozen

Yesterday the snow turned to rain and coated everything with a thick layer of ice. It was warming up and I found a brief window where the rain had stopped to head out and grab some photos before the ice melted. I chose black and white to add some drama and highlight the textures and contrast in…