Water Splash revisited

Almost exactly two years ago, i shot a very similar shot I had called Ice meets water. With time, I accumulated a few more tricks up my sleeves and I wanted to revisit this shot with what I’ve learned. Here is the result:

Photo Monday: Dump Session

Once again, we went to the Halfway Log Dump last weekend. What a beautiful place! Here are some of the shots of the weekend. For the full set, keep checking out my flickr set.

Nous avons encore été à la “Halfway Log Dump” de la Baie Georgienne la fin de semaine passée. Quelle belle endroit!! Voici quelques unes des photos que j’ai prises en fin de semaine. Si vous voulez voir tous les photos, allez voir mon set sur flickr.

Foggy Georgian Bay
Foggy Georgian Bay

Gary easing his way up the classic Bouchée
Gary easing his way up the ultra classic “Bouchée”

Omar working his way slowly
Omar working his way slowly on “Remove the evidence”

Chipmunk is keeping an eye on me
The chipmunk is keeping an eye on me

Orange Sunset over the bay
Orange Sunset over the bay

Much Music Video Awards 2010

I had to fight my way through a crowd of very excited twelve-year-old girls (and some guys!) to get some of these shots. I really wish I had the privilege to take them from the red carpet, like some of the official photographers; it would have made my life a little easier on Sunday night. It’s pretty incredible how much of an effect these stars have on their fans. I saw with my own eyes (and ears!) the meaning of “Bieber Fever”… it boggles the mind. By the way, I am missing a couple of the names of some of these artists (clearly I was not the target audience of this event). I am hoping someone can help me fill the blanks.

J’ai du me battre contre une foulle de jeune fille de douze ans (et gars!!) ce Dimanche pour pouvoir prendre ces photos. J’aurais bien aimer avoir le prévilège de les prendre directement du tapis rouge, comme certains des photographes, ca aurait rendu ma vie moins compliquée. C’est assez incroyable jusqu’à quel point ces stars là on de l’effet sur les jeunes autour! Malheureusement, je ne connais pas tous les noms des artistes dans les photos, peut-être pourrez-vous m’aider!

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Vanessa Hudgens (??)

Perez Hilton
Perez Hilton walking in with style!

Adam Lambert amazed by the fans
Adam Lambert amazed by the fans

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LIGHTS Valerie Poxleitnerr
LIGHTS Valerie Poxleitner, laughing and having a good time with fans.

Karl Wolf arriving in a delorean
Karl Wolf arriving in a delorean, pretty cool!!

Photo Monday: Flora and Fauna of the Dump

We went to a bouldering crag called the “Halfway Log Dump” this weekend. It’s an incredible lake-side area of the Bruce Peninsula (Georgian Bay, Lake Huron) that has recently been re-opened — thanks to the hard-working folks of the OAC. Here is a collection of the friends we made there over the past couple of days. (Actual shots of the climbing and scenery are coming this week!) Enjoy.

Nous sommes allés grimper à un spot qu’y s’apelle “Halfway Log Dump” ce weekend. C’est un site de grimpe sur le bord du grand Lac Huron, dans la baie Georgienne sur la “Bruce Peninsula”. Le site vient tout juste de ré-ouvrir grâce aux nombreux efforts de l’OAC. Voici une collection des petits amis que nous avons rencontrer lors de notre fin de semaine. Les photos de l’endroit en tant que tel s’en viennent bientôt.

Slug inching its way along
Slug inching its way along

Slug just hanging out
Slug just hanging out

The Seagull who stole our food
The Seagull who stole our food

Yellow flowers
Yellow flowers

A curious dragonfly
A curious dragonfly

Setting sun of yellow flower
Setting sun of yellow flower

Photo Monday: Fast Car

An example of a technique called “panning”. The goal of this method is to use a slow shutter speed to give an idea of how fast an object is moving. It’s mostly used in F1 racing photography. The difficulty, of course, is to blur everything in the picture while keeping the subject in focus.

Voici un exemple d’une technique apellée “panning”. Le but de cette méthode est de laisser l’objectif de la caméra ouvert assez longtemps pour donner une idée de la vitesse à laquelle un objet bouge. C’est souvent utilié en photo de formule un. La difficulté, évidemment, est de garder l’objet en focus tout en brouillant le reste de l’image.

Fast Car

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