The moment I saw this spot, I knew I had found an ideal location for some landscape photos—the juxtaposition of the dark, leafless tree and the lush, thriving green vegetation surrounding it was perfection.
With Canada celebrating its 150th birthday, I thought I should do something special. And it got me thinking, if I could pick one thing that represents Canada and being Canadian, what would that be?
Going to the Toronto Islands is always a treat, with lots to do and see but my favourite part is the view it affords of the city of Toronto especially at night, making it a perfect way to end the day.
Unworldly, yet world renowned and breathtakingly beautiful. The Grotto is one of the most identifiable landmarks of Bruce Peninsula National Park in Ontario, Canada.
Venturing deep in a forest in search for a carpet of blooming trilliums, braving the guardians of the flowers, the swarms of mosquitoes, all in the hopes of coming up with some stunning images, some of just the landscape, some with models. But would it be worth it?
This beach on the island of Oahu in Hawaii, has been featured as a romantic backdrop for several movies and music videos. With calm waters, a cave, a blowhole, and some sand to roll around in, it definitely has the “wow” factor that won’t make you regret adding a stop here to your itinerary.
In landscape photography, there are many different ingredients to make the perfect photo—good lighting, a main subject, an intriguing background, and an interesting composition. When these core elements come together to complement each other, then the picture reaches a level of perfection.
Searching for an interesting subject to be the focal point of a landscape photo, I saw a large piece of drift wood lying on a rocky beach on the shore of lake Ontario, and I knew I had found what I was seeking.
Hanauma Bay on the island of Oahu is called the snorkeling capital of the world and is also the deadliest beach in Hawaii. Read about how this amazing natural preserve was formed thousands of years ago and travel from the bottom of the crater to the top in pursuit of the perfect picture that encapsulates this oasis in the sea.
After my daughter found a leaf that “glows”, we collected a bunch of colourful leaves and used a strobe to light them up from the back. The resulting images are simple, minimalist, artistic, and brilliant.