Almost daily I photograph something, I want to share my insights, ideas and mistakes to help photographers reach that next level.
In Ontario, it’s that time of year when we put our summer toys away and start pulling out our mitts and toques. But before the cold white snow takes over our landscapes, there are a few weeks of pure awe inspiring magic in the air. We have colour with frost, wind, dew and long shadows to play with, also a bonus of no bugs…
For some reason, perhaps the paramount colours that come with fall, I find myself changing up my usual angles and typical scenes. It looks like a party out there so why not gussy up your creative juices and have some fun. I’m talking multiple exposures, camera movement, macro and super wide angles. Don’t ignore the windy wet days either, but remember to protect your camera.
Reflections are one of my favourite things to shoot