All posts by Thomas Stirr

Thomas Stirr is an author, executive coach, and photographer/videographer based in Grimsby Ontario Canada. He specializes in industrial photography, safety and corporate videos. His work also includes landscape and nature photography, and experimentation with photo art. Nikon Canada has featured Tom's work numerous times on Facebook and Twitter. To follow Thomas, please visit his website and his YouTube channel

David – Nikon 1 CX 70-300 and Goliath – Tamron 150-600 Visit Bird Kingdom

After an early arrival of winter in Southern Ontario I thought I’d escape it for a few hours by taking David (my Nikon 1 V2 with CX 70-300 mm VR) and Goliath (my D800 with Tamron 150-600 mm VC) to Bird Kingdom in Niagara Falls, Canada. Continue reading David – Nikon 1 CX 70-300 and Goliath – Tamron 150-600 Visit Bird Kingdom

Street Photography in Greece

As a follow up to my recent Images in Greece article, this piece features some examples of street photography done while in Greece. This style of photography by its very nature is a very personal thing. What appeals to one person may leave others scratching their heads. So if you’re wearing a hat…take it off and be prepared to scratch. Continue reading Street Photography in Greece

Images at the Zoo Using Nikon 1 and FT-1 Adapter

Finding ways to grow and stimulate our individual creativity is one of the most important things we can do to advance our skill level as photographers. I gave myself one such challenge and I thought I would share the results of it with you with images taken at the Metro Toronto Zoo. Continue reading Images at the Zoo Using Nikon 1 and FT-1 Adapter

Using Telephoto Lenses to Photograph Flowers and Foliage

My wife is an avid gardener and for more years than I can remember, I have accompanied her on a wide range of garden tours and other such outings. While gardening is of little interest to me per se, I do find some enjoyment in capturing images of flowers and foliage. And, on the odd occasion I have shot videos of private and public gardens. Continue reading Using Telephoto Lenses to Photograph Flowers and Foliage

Mosaiculture – Photography in Large Public Venues

Many of us visit and take images in large, public venues such as gardens and exhibitions which can be challenging from a photographic perspective. I thought it may be interesting to share some images I took at the Mosaiculture exhibit in Montreal in 2013 and some of the approaches I used at the event. Continue reading Mosaiculture – Photography in Large Public Venues