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Go Beyond Images and Snapshots


Multi Exposures!

One of my favourite ways of working is doing in camera multi exposures.  I often try this technique with landscape and even old piles of junk people would normally walk by.

" How many lessons of faith and beauty should we lose, if there were no winter in our year."

Thomas Wentworth Higginson

Winter Birds

These images were taken on a cold winter's day in Algonquin Park.  



Infrared photography is a great medium for landscape. I really like the dark sky and the white tones of the trees. The images below were taken in the Canadian Rockies and in Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada.



"The Dance"

Still too cold to go outside and it is still -20 degrees celsius!  Today, I grabbed my light table and some stain glass and photographed this composition.  I then put it into photoshop and played around with the colours.  It reminds me of a dancing shapes.

Sometimes, when it is very cold outside, I look at my old files or pull out some still life to create images in Photoshop or Lightroom.  The first image is a combination of a blue flower and a piece of clear stain glass.  The second is of a handle and a piece of textured paper combined and posterized in Photoshop.  

The third image is of grass / leaves that are duplicated into two images and combined.  The last image is a close up of a tractor part, duplicated, flipped and combined.  Lots to do when it is -16 degrees Celsius and snowing!

Buck

  • This Buck was photographed in Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.  This image and more are being displayed at Kingston General Hospital from January 14 to March 18, 2019.  

Photo of - Barred Owl

This majestic barred owl is also known as the northern barred owl or hoot owl and can be seen in eastern North America.  Adults are large and brown to grey with white feathers.  This owl landed outside my kitchen window early in the spring. I hear these owls frequently, but I do not see them.  This was a rare treat.


This image and other wildlife and landscape images will be on display at Kingston General Hospital in January.  All images are for sale and a portion of the proceeds will be going to Kingston General Hospital.

Upcoming Events

Exhibition of Nature Photographs                      

Kingston General Hospital                                         

Kidd Wing

January 14 to March 18, 2019

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