Posts Tagged ‘tips’

Selective Colour in Black & White Images

Tweet We have all seen the selective use of colour in images and are grabbed by the red double-decker bus shown in London against the black and white back ground.  Or the shot of a colourful bicycle leaning up against a rail in front of a B&W European scene.  Recently, I have started to do […]

Photography of Moving Water

Tweet I recently purchased a 64x neutral density filter to help me capture the different effects when photographing images of water movement.  Depending on the effect you are going after, will determine the best settings and equipment required to achieve the particular result. Grindstone Creek 0.4 seconds, f32, ISO 400 Your shutter speed will make […]

Supermoon 2012: Biggest full moon of the year (May 5th)

Tweet As the blog title suggests, tonight was the biggest full moon of the year, so I thought I would take advantage of the situation and try and get some moon shots in.  The moon can be tricky to photograph as it is usually quite bright while it’s surroundings are dark and the other thing […]

Oakville Sunrise

Tweet Sometimes a good image is within 10 to 15 minutes from your house and so it is hard to call it a travel image! A few days ago I drove down to the lake in Oakville to capture some sunrise images around the lighthouse pier.  As I set up my tripod right across the […]

Pompeii / Sorrento / Capri Cruise Excursion – Travel and Photography Blog

Tweet While cruising the beautiful Mediterranean, one of the excursions into Italy is through the port of Naples.  This was definitely a full day’s worth of activity and entailed ten hours visiting historic Pompeii, spending some time exploring Sorrento including lunch and a hydrofoil ride to see the beautiful island of Capri. After arriving in […]

Las Vegas – Travel and Photography Blog

Tweet I visited Las Vegas recently for my first time; for me it was never that high on my list of destinations to visit.  Usually I am drawn to naturally scenic destinations or locations with historical significance and unique architecture.  The interesting thing to me about Vegas is that, for the most part, you don’t […]