Full disclosure: I’m a professional fine art photographer, so I’m a bit opinionated when it comes to taking pictures, in particular travel photography. There are plenty of, sometimes useful, books already written that attempt to help you get the most out of your camera and take the best travel... Read more
I’m often asked if I can print a picture someone took themselves. Understandably so: each limited edition photograph I sell comes on a variety of museum quality products, like metal, acrylic glass, or even bamboo. I take the motto “make your walls smile” very seriously, and the products we... Read more
This image takes me back to Paris. It was late summer of 2011 and I went back to Europe for the first time after relocating to Canada a few years earlier. I had been to Paris many times before, and it’s one of those cities I’ve come to love.... Read more
I’m a big believer in setting goals and priorities. They’re a great way to make dreams become a reality. But the world isn’t flat.
“Thank you for your submission to the “x” exhibition. Making selections was extremely challenging for our juror, due to the amount of excellent work submitted.
Magazines, art galleries, books, travel shows, and many others have featured my photographs. I’ve traveled all around the world creating and sharing my award winning images. Today, I’m sharing my creative insights, professional experience and technical know-how with you. Photographers shouldn’t just rely on their own practice and... Read more
I’ve been lugging around a big DSLR and lens kits for years on my travels, but after my recent trip to New York I decided I’ve strained my back enough. The technology behind cameras hasn’t really changed for years – all the big players really did was switch out... Read more
In one of the travel photography shows I participated in, I ended up having a conversation with a fellow photographer I had not seen for quite some time. She was just starting out in landscape photography, and had joined my photography class to learn my tricks of the trade.... Read more
Using a camera is very simple. Just look through the viewfinder or display, point it at the subject and press the shutter. Results however may vary. Have you ever tried taking a perfect photograph on vacation or while traveling, and after you came home the result wasn’t quite as... Read more