Today, St. John’s is experiencing what will likely be the worst snow storm recorded here, expecting 70cm of snow when its all over, with hurricane force winds. The mayor declared a state of emergency this morning, to keep everything off the road, and snow plows were taken off the roads
It’s January 3rd, and I haven’t taken any photos this year. During the first two weeks of December, I took over 7,000 photos across 14 assignments. I’m not through editing, but I am through preliminary image selection – one of the longest parts of editing for me when working with
I’ve long been an advocate of focus fine tune aids for camera/lens systems, in particular, the docks offered by Sigma and Tamron for their lenses. The system allows for focus fine tuning at multiple distances, and in the case of zoom lenses, at multiple focal lengths. This is better than
Out walking Jill yesterday, and captured these photos while the sun was getting lower in the sky, using my Pixel 3. I think it did a pretty good job, and I’m actually thinking about using it for all my Instagram posts. I’ve long hated Instagram because I’m not much of
What is it about the ladybug that makes it so much more appealing than any other beetle? This was a tricky little chap (or chappette) wandering over my patio door. It wouldn’t keep still and without a tripod, shooting 105mm macro was hard to get anything in focus at all.
After 15-plus years of living in Airport Heights, I finally crossed Portugal Cove Road to follow the Virginia River Trail. I didn’t get too far, since I didn’t have a long time to get back home, but I still managed a nice collection of varied nature photos. Mostly taken with
I administer a locally based Facebook group called Focal Play. It’s somewhere for local photographers to show their work that meets a challenge – renewed every two weeks. Occasionally, we also go on group outings, and we recently went on a farm visit in Mount Pearl. Here are some of
I managed to capture a few small icebergs in Pouch Cove and Bauline recently. Pouch Cove was somewhat surrounded by them – these captured on 18th May. And this one was photographed in Bauline on 19th May. None of these were large, compared to many others around the island… this