Tag Archives: Photography

Red or Gray?

I thought I might as well continue with the nighttime urban theme I’ve had going for my past two images since I’ve been having so much fun processing them. These two different coloured doors into this old brick building caught my attention…mostly because it reminded me of the classic red pill/blue pill question asked of […]

4-3-2-1

I need to start shooting urban landscapes at night more often. The man-made light can make for some very interesting shadows and the darkness just adds an extra dimension of drama. I was out shooting two nights ago and had an absolute blast, plus I came back with a whole bunch of keepers…always a good […]

Smoke Break?

I’ve said this before, but one of the coolest things about this whole social networking thing is meeting so many other like-minded people who share the same passion for HDR photography that I do. Twitter has been a gold-mine for finding and connecting with these wonderful people, and I feel very lucky to be a […]

Funky Glass

This weekend was my very first experience shooting with a tilt/shift lens. I rented the Canon TS-E 17mm f/4.0L from Lens Rentals Canada for the week, and I couldn’t be more excited about test-driving this piece of glass. I managed to get out for a few brackets on Friday night, but the first real experimentation […]

Telephone Building

This building is right across the street from my office downtown, and I see it every day when I walk back to my car. For most of the summer I had been telling myself that it would make for a pretty decent photo, so I’m glad I was able to get this shot when I […]