This article features a selection of nine different steel mill photo art treatments. The original photograph used as the base image for this article was captured handheld at LaSalle Park while looking across Hamilton harbour.
Every time we pick up a camera, we have the opportunity to exercise our creative expression through photography. The subjects we choose. The lighting that attracts us. The lenses we use. The shooting angles that appeal to us. The camera settings we select. What we decide to do with our images in post. All of these factors help facilitate our creative expression through photography.
Sometimes Mother Nature gives us unplanned gifts. Recently I hiked through some forest trails, down to the shoreline of the Niagara Whirlpool. I was expecting to capture some fall landscape images. Instead, I was rewarded with a number of forest details and abstracts. Continue reading Forest Details and Abstracts
A couple of days ago, a friend and I were out attempting to photograph some Sandhill Cranes and other birds in various locations on the north shore of Lake Erie. In the afternoon we ended up in Port Dover where we walked around for about an hour or so capturing images as our spirits moved us. For whatever reason, my eye was drawn to details and patterns, the result being a selection of simple compositions in Port Dover. Continue reading Simple Compositions in Port Dover
From time to time I quite enjoy pushing some of my images into the realm of photo art. I appreciate that not all photographers like this kind of creative treatment. This article shares a selection of abstract flower images in bas relief. Continue reading Abstract Flower Images in Bas Relief
This article, vacation abstracts and simplicities, is the final instalment in my Cuba 2016 series of articles. The subject matter may seem a bit strange to some readers, and if it is…well at least you were given some advance notice! Continue reading Vacation abstracts and simplicities