Shape, light, tones, shadow: that's all you need to render a scene. Nobody said colour was mandatory for landscapes, or any other types of photography, for that matter.
August is one of those funny months. It's still most definitely summer, but the relentless heat and humidity of July starts to lose its edge. The A/C can take a rest, and sleeping with the windows open is a more-often-than-not proposition. It's still most definitely summer, but the laziness and the laissez-faire of those heady … Continue reading Whither August
As soon as you leave the ceremonial areas of Ottawa (think: Parliament Hill, the Supreme Court etc.) and get away from the other obvious touristy areas (ByWard Market, The Canadian Museum of *.*, etc.) it's VERY easy to forget you're in the national capital of a G7 country.Ottawa is easily one of the most modest … Continue reading A natural capital
I came across this on Vimeo. It's simply too fantastic not to share.Watch it full screen. Enjoy.
This is the time of year where if you're looking for natural colour, you either have to look to the sky (on a rare non-overcast day) or to a coniferous tree like a pine, spruce or cedar. Otherwise, you have to satisfy yourself with a symphony of browns and grays and if you're lucky a … Continue reading Pining for spring