2019 Reflections and Favourites

2019 Reflections and Favourites

I’m not sure how another year has passed by so quickly. As I sit down to write, there is only a week and a half left in 2019. And not just another year has disappeared, but another decade! Ten years ago, I had just purchased my first DSLR, a 12 mega-pixel Nikon...
How to Shoot Street Photography Anonymously

How to Shoot Street Photography Anonymously

What methods can you use to shoot street photography anonymously? Where you can enjoy the thrill of shooting street without revealing your subject’s identity. I am very fortunate to live in Canada, a country where street photography is legal. As long as I am...
Seeing with a Different Perspective

Seeing with a Different Perspective

A couple of weeks ago, I spent an afternoon downtown with Olaf Sztaba, a friend and local professional photographer. Olaf is a master at creating beautiful images. His photographs often use bold light and shadow that often cause the viewer to question what they are...
Photographing with Intent

Photographing with Intent

Do you photograph with intent? With the high frame rate of today’s cameras, it’s my opinion that we are becoming less deliberate with our photography. We are relying more on technology to capture good images, rather than thinking first. Photographing with...
24HourProject – Take 2

24HourProject – Take 2

On May 25th, I participated in my second 24HourProject. Yes, my second all-nighter in as many years! What is the 24HrProject? The idea of the 24HourProject is to document humanity in your city for 24 hours. By doing this, the hope is to raise awareness about global...
Glancing Backward, Looking Ahead

Glancing Backward, Looking Ahead

2018 was a crazy year for me. As some of you know, at the beginning of the year I started my photography instruction business. Then in the spring of 2018, my husband and I started a total renovation of our forever home. In order to complete the renovation, we had to...
Stretch Yourself Creatively

Stretch Yourself Creatively

Sometimes I find that I become a tad complacent with my photography. Why? Complacency is comfortable. It is like curling up in an old leather recliner with a blanket that your aunt crocheted for you a dozen Christmases ago! It feels warm and safe! The problem with...
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