In the words of English comic book writer Alan Moore, “Knowledge, like air, is vital to life. Like air, no one should be denied it.” - and I couldn’t agree more. To me, learning is a life-long journey and one that I welcome with every new opportunity. Even after dedicating many years in honing my photographic craft, there’s still plenty more for me to learn and experience…Read More
A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of playing host to the Pro Lighting Workshop by Broncolor Canada in my studio. This great touch 'n try event was made possible thanks to the collaboration of retailers B3K Digital and Henry's, showcasing the latest gear tech from Broncolor, Phase One, and Hasselblad.Read More
A few months ago, I learned about a unique multi-city event called the Stand Out Photographic Forum. The Toronto stop of the event kicked off last week at Hangloose Media studios, bringing with it a great variety of presenters and vendors. The event concept is quite simple as each hour a notable speaker (such as Renee Robyn, Erika Blatt, Steve Richard, Joseph Cartright, and others) would present their body of work, speak about their creative process, and answer questions. As if that wasn't enough, many stuck around and mingled with attendees, as well as playing with some of the toys on display.Read More
Last Thursday, I received an invite from Phase One to check out their latest and greatest offering - the XF 100MP camera system. Truth be told, I haven't had much experience with medium format cameras other than an impulse purchase a decade ago of a Mamiya 645AFD, just because it was a deal that I couldn't pass up. I no longer have that Mamiya and have since gotten the urge to get my fingers on a medium format system, so I was thrilled about the invite so I could share my experience.
Before I get into it, I want to apologize for the poor photo quality below of the behind-the-scenes. Those shots were taken with my iPhone 6, boasting an awesome (insert sarcasm here) 8-megapixel camera and the dynamic range ofRead More