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Today is Canadian Thanksgiving. My family celebrated with the traditional turkey dinner on Saturday as it was the only day we would all be together at dinnertime. We spent part of our dinner conversation discussing what we are thankful for.  We all stated how grateful we are for each other, for our family. In the […]

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In Isolation – Week 12, 50 Projects

A common technique to create striking images is to isolate a single element of a subject or scene to draw attention to it. This is often done using a shallow depth of field (DOF) to throw the background out of focus so the main subject is the centre of attention. This is technically called differential […]

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Sunrise, Sunset – Week10, 50 Projects

The images for this week’s project actually took place over three weeks. The book breaks sunrise and sunset into two separate chapters, which felt like cheating to me as the concepts are the same. Shooting a sunrise or sunset is highly weather dependent, and getting out of bed before the sun is up dependent. Many […]

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