Mixed Macro

For some reason, many macro photos I shoot tend to stand on their own rather than fitting into a story of any sort. I shoot macros regularly, sometimes when something catches my eye during a hike, other times I go indoors and set up a backdrop with multiple light sources. Here's a few recent shots... Continue Reading →

Going to town with tubes

Roaming around in natural areas, there's usually a long lens on the camera always at the ready for any birds I might come across. In the camera bag are a range of items including a flash I rarely use, a teleconverter, macro lenses and a relatively new add-on, extension tubes. Having a 400 or 500mm... Continue Reading →

Going to town with tubes

Roaming around in natural areas, there's usually a long lens on the camera always at the ready for any birds I might come across. In the camera bag are a range of items including a flash I rarely use, a teleconverter, macro lenses and a relatively new add-on, extension tubes. Having a 400 or 500mm... Continue Reading →

Exploring pharmaceutical history

Recently I had the good fortune of shooting stock photos at the Niagara Apothecary, a heritage site that was operated as an actual pharmacy in the early 1800's. With the constant progress we see in pharmaceuticals and health care, it's fascinating to look back at how things once were. It was incredible to see all... Continue Reading →

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