There are times when even the widest lens won’t capture a scene as you want it. So why not try a panorama? It’s easier than you think. I haven’t done a panorama in a long time. Actually, I can’t remember the last time I did. My Fuji x100s has a built in panorama feature, but… Continue reading Quick Tip #10: Capturing a scene with panoramas
Say whaaaat? I know… I know. Many photographers (and clients) see my images on the back of my camera and they always comment on why I am shooting in black and white. They think it’s some sort of hipster retro way of shooting. But really, I like to see things in black and white. I… Continue reading Quick Tip #9: Shooting in B&W but working in colour
We all know the myth (is it?) that once your warranty period ends, that is when things break. The same seems to happen with camera equipment. We all run in to issues with our gear. From dropping lenses, bodies that suddenly don’t auto focus like they should, pins that read memory cards that break, or… Continue reading Quick Tip #7: Local Camera Repair
They say the best camera is the one you have with you. And I find this to be so very true as many times I come across a scene and all I have is my [insert random smartphone here]. I can’t let the image get away, so I take the shot and it usually ends… Continue reading Quick tip #6: Editing images on your phone
Add some extra spice to your photos by taking a roundish light source and making it look like a star, all in camera. For you visual people, going from THIS
Want to make more compelling images of your kids? Avoid the dreaded 6 foot syndrome. What is it? Google won’t help much, I just made up the term. haha What it means is that we develop a tendency to shoot standing up (hence 6 foot – and yes, I know we all aren’t 6 feet… Continue reading Quick tip #4 : Avoid the 6 foot syndrome | Montreal portrait photographer
The idea of picking out details in a scene to tell a story is not easy to do. Take urban exploration as an example. I’ve spent a bit of time in an old plant here in Montreal doing photography, bringing friends and clients to explore along with me. This old plant is 3 floors high… Continue reading Quick tip #3: Picking out the details
One of the questions I get often is how I can shoot quickly and still get the shot that I want. The answer is pretty simple… I exercise my eye.