I’ve been grooving on my macro lens recently. I’ve wanted one for years and now that I have it, I am feeling the joy. For example, this lichen in Warsaw Caves park. Looks like shag carpet or a furry coat.
The macro lens can make just about anything look like an abstract. The inside of this kettle in Warsaw Caves shows enough detail to be identifiable…
… but in these photos, it looks like a landscape, or just colour and texture.
I find it interesting that after years of shooting vast landscapes I find myself going to the other extreme. How close can I get?
Pretty darn close, apparently.
And when the subject is as lovely as these piglets, it’s hard not to get right in there and say hello.
I went out to one of my favourite spots to check out the ice situation. Read more “Ice on the Lake and Sleeklens PS Workflow Test”
It’s been a while since I took my camera to a rock and roll show.
I’m happy my return was for Nick Procyshyn and the Bad Milk. Read more “Procyshyn and Kennedy Rock Artspace”
I was down at Rice Lake this week.
One of my favourite spots. Read more “Mist, Water and Rock”
Here it is!
My Going Down to Jackson video is being projected for two more nights in downtown Peterborough (time and location details available by following the link). But for those of you who can’t make it, here’s the video to watch in the comfort of your own home. Or wherever it is you happen to be while you’re watching it.
Enjoy! I certainly enjoyed making it. Read more “Going Down to Jackson Video and Portrait Special”
I don’t usually post more than once a week, but I wanted to let you know where and when you can see the projections of my Going Down to Jackson project.
It’s going to be projected on the sides of buildings in various locations downtown all of this week. Read more “Going Down to Jackson Showings”
I’m finally finished my rubber boot photo project.
This is Bill Kimball and Laurel Paluck. They’ve been working to help make Artsweek happen. Read more “Going Downtown With Jackson”
The Gallery in the Attic hosted a wonderful event that Sally Goodwin put together in honour of Bike Month (June). Read more “Bike!, Chris Culgin and Ivory Hours”
One of my favourite colour combinations is green, blue and white.
There’s plenty of this combo to be seen at this time of year. And so great to see it after the cold, cold winter. Read more “Spring Colours”