Another one from the archives, a frame within a frame. We're looking at rodeo hands getting ready for the next bull ride, 8 seconds of furious action as the rider attempts to cling onto the bull and then not get stomped when he, inevitably, has to get off (voluntarily or otherwise).
The saddest day of the year is the day I put on the winter tires. Which was yesterday. Because here in Ontario, we all know what's coming next....
Another black and white picture today, taken at a demonstration at Queen's Park in Toronto in 2016, protesting the then Liberal provincial government's proposed cuts to autism funding. Just a moment capturing the pressure that some ordinary people go through every day.
This is an image taken in a local conservation area, slowing the shutter so that a flowing river becomes a torrent of water, wearing down the rock that sits in the middle of the deluge. A 5 second exposure at f5.6 using an ND filter.
On the days where the light doesn't cooperate you can either enhance the picture using sliders afterwards, or you can choose to shoot in black and white. Especially when the sky looks this good.
That point when you look up from what your dog is doing to see the perfect picture in front of you. Back in England we had more mist and fog than we needed but in Ontario it's relatively rare, so a photographer needs to make the most of it. I caught the last remnants before… Continue reading Dog Walker in the mist
While full Fall colours are without doubt beautiful, sometimes the growing sparseness once leaf fall begins provides a more distinct contrast between the colours.