I’ve been meaning to post these for a while and prolonged procrastinating studying about translating financial statements long enough to do this. These are some studio shots I did while at Ryerson – it was challenging but definitely fun. I need to get back into a studio this summer.
Following the theme from my last post – here are some pics from my trip to Alberta a couple of months ago. Such an amazing province with so many opportunities for amazing landscape photography. I wish I had a better lens to capture all the beauty but for now these will have to do.
I thought I’d post something a little different from my usual work. These are from my trip to Trinidad earlier this year.
Was such a nice day we decided to go out and do some photo-ing. This place was interesting but there was no way to get to the top, limiting the shots we were able to take.
These premises were initially a school for pre-delinquent boys and in 1941 conversion to a POW camp began. It was the stage for the ‘Battle of Bowmanville’ in 1942 – a three day riot in which the weapons used were baseball bats and garden hoses. There were also a few attempts by the POWs to …
Some samples from the Commercial Product Photography class I took this fall. This one was all studio work and attempting to manipulate light to create the effects and emotions that you want to portray. Needless to say – it was challenging. These are just a few of the photos I did for the assignments.
Some more photos from the class – this time from the wedding shoot session…
I’ve just completed a course on creative wedding photography – it was a lot tougher than I had imagined going into it. There are just so many different facets to take into consideration in the whole process and this was really my first foray into photographing people. Here are a few examples of what I …
Another site we checked out this summer – wasn’t as eventful as the Kodak Building but the huge windows and brick had an awesome effect .
This summer a few of my classmates and I decided to try some urban exploration around the city. It really was a great experience and if nothing else it helped me learn the importance of light and a tripod.