Would I run a mile to photograph a waterfall? Yup! Living on Vancouver Island, all waterfalls are up a hill. Did you know that there is over 500 waterfalls on Vancouver Island according to the World Waterfall Database? I find waterfalls are a wonderful subject
A neutral density filter is an optical filter. Filters can used in different applications, including photography as well as film making. A neutral density filter can be either lens-mounted or placed on the front of a camera’s sensor to reduce light intensity levels across an
What is Steel Wool Photography? Steel wool photography is a type of light painting. This means that you use long exposures to capture streaks of light in your photograph. To do this, you’ll need to set your camera on a tripod and then use a
What could be more fun than jumping into your truck and heading down a logging road, looking for places to photograph. On one such trip, we crossed a bridge and heard that familiar sound of rushing water. We stopped, looked, and quickly grabbed the camera
Everyone has to start somewhere. With an interest in landscape photography, you might be wondering where to begin and what your next step should be. This article will provide you with the necessary guidance on how best to take those first steps into landscape photography.
Long exposure photography is a photo technique that uses extremely long shutter speeds to create images with the appearance of motion or blur. It’s not for everyone, but it has its place in creative portfolios and can be used to produce some gorgeous pictures. Table
Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park is a beautiful place to visit, with several waterfalls to photograph, a campground, and hiking trails that meander through the park and along the Qualicum river It’s a beautiful thing photographing a waterfall in a natural setting. There’s something calming
About Elk Falls Provincial Park A thundering waterfall and some of the finest year-round salmon fishing in Canada are just two of the reasons Elk Falls Provincial Park is one of the most popular parks on Vancouver Island. Add to that the extensive network of