Camera Movement

As I progress further and further along my journey through photography, I find myself leaning more and more into the very creative and artistic side and way less into the technical side. Camera movement is one such piece of the artistic and creative vision. It is a very simple technique yet one I have done very seldom. For this I simply sat the camera on a solid surface, set a small aperture and as a result a longer shutter speed and then moved the camera horizontally as I was pressing the shutter button. 

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ON1 Effects Software

Yesterday through my Drobo (Data Robotics) account I received a complimentary copy of ON1 Effects software and plugin for Lightroom and PS. This is the first image I have been playing with. Sunset on the seas somewhere between South America and The Falkland Islands.

Moody Piers

Sunrise just did not happen this morning at the old piers in Grimsby, Ontario, but before the rains started there was some nice light.

Pathway Closed

This has been a crazy weekend of weather here in southern Ontario. High winds, driving sleet, freezing rain and snow have all been mixed together. The wind created some spectacular waves at Spencer Smith Park here in Burlington on the shores of Lake Ontario.

Into The Light

A very pretty sky this morning here in Burlington. 

April is “Abstract April” for my Life Through The Lens project. Let your imagination wander! Keep tuned!

Life Through The Lens – Part III – March 10 Image

With the new condominium building being built directly across the road from us, this scene has ben our daily view for the past few months. The building will be progressing higher and soon one part of our view will be blocked. Ahhh well…we still have lots of other nice views!

Life Through The Lens – Part III – March 7 Image

I am in Geneva, New York for a couple of days where it is currently snowing. Although does not look like much accumulation. I wandered along the waterfront late this afternoon and snapped this shot at the marina.