Forbes published a very good article about the dangers of COVID-19 exponential growth. Anyone who is questioning the need to practice social distancing should read this article.
Since a increasing number of people around the world are being asked to self-isolate for 14 days because of COVID-19, we thought it may be helpful to provide some links regarding official Government of Canada COVID-19 Isolation Guidelines.
It is interesting to contemplate how technology can redefine what is possible with photography. We all know how cell phone imaging has been decimating the camera market for the past decade or so. With all of the hype about full frame cameras these days, we seem to forget that cell phones have become globally dominant while using tiny sensors. Imaging technology like computational photography has been driving much of the success of cell phones.
With the COVID 19 illness continuing to spread rapidly in many areas of the world it is prudent that everyone take precautions. This short article provides some COVID 19 information.
This article shows some examples of cardinals taking flight from twigs. This photographic scenario can be difficult to handle. Often the auto-focusing of our cameras can get confused between a subject bird and the surrounding branches or twigs. It also can be challenging in terms of timing our shutter release. The Olympus Pro Capture H mode is a very good solution.
This article captures a ‘slice of life’ moment and shows a Blue Jay choosing flight over fight.
This article discusses Glenveagh Castle composition options. A few different subjects and scenes at Glenveagh Castle were selected to illustrate how ‘working a scene’ can produce a range of different compositions.
During our photography tour of Ireland my wife and I visited Glenveagh Castle which is situated in Glenveagh National Park. Unfortunately our timing was such that we were not able to do the interior tour of the caste. This article shares a number of exterior views of the castle as well as some images of the gardens.
This article shares some photographs of chickadees that feature interesting wing positions. All were captured handheld during a recent visit to Hendrie Valley.