A blurred photograph of Venice

Venice, Blurred II

Another experiment, this time a second take similar to the previous post. Taken during the last weekend of Carnival in Venice, Italy. Field Notes With my Lee filter system mounted and Big Stopper attached, I held the shutter open manually while blindly trying to frame what was ahead of me. It …

San marco in venice, blurred

Venice, Blurred

This week, we have another of these experimental blurred/camera movement images. This time from a perhaps more recognisable place. This was taken during the last Carnival weekend in February from the side of a Vaporetto heading back to Piazza San Marco from San Giorgio Maggiore. Field Notes With my Lee filter system …

A blurred image of the Ij river in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, the Ij

A little experiment begins. I’ve been playing with camera movement and long exposures for the last little while. Mostly because of this unintentionally blurred image I’m sharing with you today. I know this is not unique, and that there are several really good examples of intentional camera movement photographs, but …

A long exposure of a toronto subway tunnel from a moving train

Toronto Subway Tunnel at the Speed of Light

When I first moved to Toronto, I was fascinated with the Subway. I used to make sure I would sit as close to the front car as possible, so that I could look out into the subway tunnels as the train moved from stop to stop. As the years went …

Image of sand from a dune at sunset

Sand

There are over 20,000 images in my Lightroom catalogue. An overwhelming majority of them, are simply bad photos. Mistakes. Bad compositions. The wrong time of the day. Out of focus. And then there are the photographs that work. Those are few and far between, but I like to think that …

Photograph of buildings in Venice reflected onto the water of a canal

Venice Reflections #1

As I mentioned in a previous post, during our gondola ride in Venice, David and I started to notice interesting reflections on the water, and as such, photos were made. The interesting thing about getting shots of reflections, is like David said, you just have to keep making them as …