Sunday, April 30, 2017

A foggy Friday in Saint John

Here are three photos I captured this past Friday in Saint John, N.B.




Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Black Beach

I was to Black Beach on Sunday. Here are a few images I made.

Earth Day Beach cleanup volunteer.

Some of our camera club up on the hill.

Shallow depth of field.

Rotten log.

It was rather busy there today.

Interesting rock textures.

Lots of iron in the rock formations.


Sea foam.

Brent helping Vicky with composition.

Vicky

Vicky


No caption needed.

Not my shoe print.


Friday, April 14, 2017

August 2012

In early August 2012 I spent the long week-end on Campobello Island with a dozen or so other members of the Kennebecasis Valley Camera Club. The morning I left on the ferry to Deer Island the fog was rolling in and covering the coast. I took four images with the expressed purpose of combining them in Photoshop as a panoramic image. This is the result. Kind of makes you feel like you are there beside me doesn't it?


Monday, April 10, 2017

Assorted Photos

I have a few photographs from this month but most are some from the past. The last photograph is not exactly as it should be. I took some artistic license with the placement of one rather important object while practicing my Photoshop skills.

The new Irving Office Tower near Kings Square.

Street Art on Grannan St.

Evening Grosbeaks
Panning photo on King Street.

Photoshop fun over the Hammond River.


Saint John to Digby Sailboat Race.

Watch Out!!!

Saturday, April 01, 2017

Contemplation

When I am photographing candid photos, some call it street photography, I always try to capture a moment in time that not only speaks to me but will also speak to others that view my images.

To capture this scene I took two separate images. I combined the two views into a single image in Photoshop. The reason for taking two separate images and not a single image was because from where I was standing, and the lens I was using, I could not get the entire field of view in a single image. I chose instead to zoom in and take two images that when they were combined would contain the exact field of view I wanted but with a much higher resolution and much more detail than I could get otherwise. I made my first two images then as I started to move to a better location one of the men stood up. That is the way it is with street photography. You must be prepared to capture the moment as soon as you see it. If you wait to get to a better point of view more often than not something will change and the moment will be lost forever.