From time to time I enjoy going back through older photographs, like some of my favourite landscape images featured in this posting. We get the opportunity to relive these creative moments. And, also remind ourselves of the creative process that led to the creation of the photographs.
Photographing abandoned buildings is one of those opportunities that can present itself unexpectedly. When travelling in Ireland these opportunities abound. This short article shares a small selection of photographs and discusses some of the things that can be considered when photographing abandoned buildings.
If you’re like me, from time to time you let your spirit of adventure take hold, grab a camera, and drive about letting your inspiration find you. This short article shares some images captured while I was wandering in Wellington County. Continue reading Wandering in Wellington County
During our most recent visit to New Zealand my wife and I had the opportunity to visit the Clay Cliffs. This geological treat is located about 10 kilometres (~ 6 miles) from Omarama on New Zealand’s South Island. Continue reading A Visit to New Zealand’s Clay Cliffs
Sometimes when we’re on a driving holiday we can motor past a location that gives us a quick glimpse of photographic potential. We’re then faced with a split second decision whether we should double back or not. This article shares some hits and misses captured in less than 15 minutes during a short visit at Cave Stream Scenic Reserve, one of our ‘double back’ locations in New Zealand. Continue reading Hits and Misses at Cave Stream Scenic Reserve
Since I’ve been featuring Nikon 1 J5 images in my recent series of Nova Scotia photography tour articles, I thought readers may like to view some Nikon 1 V3 Nova Scotia images. Continue reading Nikon 1 V3 Nova Scotia Images
This article shows a selection of images that were captured at Estmere Nova Scotia while I was experimenting with some landscape compositions. Continue reading Experimenting with Landscape Compositions at Estmere Nova Scotia
No trip to Nova Scotia would be complete without seeing the colour and character of Peggy’s Cove. This quaint village with its iconic lighthouse is situated about an hour’s drive from Halifax. Continue reading Colour and Character of Peggy’s Cove
My wife and I recently returned from a short photography field-work trip to Nova Scotia Canada during which I had the opportunity to try a few composition approaches at Indian Harbour. Continue reading Composition Approaches at Indian Harbour
When travelling to British Columbia it is difficult not to fall in love with the beautiful scenery. This short article features a small selection of Saanich Peninsula landscapes captured hand-held with a Nikon 1 J5. Continue reading Saanich Peninsula Landscapes