A hot summer day, late afternoon sun, a sprinkler and a DSLR. This a great recipe for some slow shutter speed experiment and cooling off mayhem, chaos and friends. Following an afternoon walk and picnic to a local park, a need to run through the water sprinkler emerged. With a few voluntold subjects the creative…
Growing up I always loved a rainy day. Watching the rain come down has a mesmerizing effect. As a photographer, rainy weather offers a lot of freedom for creativity and abstraction. Those are some of favorite “rainy” photos.
Living and working in a major urban center of Canada lends itself to numerous opportunities of this photography genre. From buildings, construction sites to graffiti walls and even some scarecrows, here is a little bit of everything urban.
A moving object equipped with an internal combustion engine has a major appeal to me. It only seemed fitting that capturing such subjects in various creative ways became a significant part in my portfolio. Below is a collection of some of my automotive photos. Enjoy!
A candid photo is usually taken unbeknown to the subject and as a result is not “posed” or “staged”. I find this type of photography to be very “natural” and “honest”. Below is a collection of some of my candid photos. Enjoy!