Posts Tagged photography

Gear Review: The Sigma 15mm F2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye

Gentec  International, the official Canadian supplier of renowned brands such as Sigma, Velbon and Sandisk, has provided me with a copy of the Sigma 15mm F2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye to review. I had been wanting to try one of these specialist lenses for a long time, and this was the perfect opportunity to do it. As [...]

What makes you tick?

What tickles your fancy? Floats your boat? What’s your cup of tea? I mean photographically. What brought you into this into the first place? I was reading my buddy’s Corwin Hiebert’s ebook “Your Creative Mix” and I have to admit it got me thinking more than anything I’ve seen or read lately. I don’t really [...]

In the metro

Switching gears a little bit here and showing some new work from the last few months. It is seldom that I engage in street photography. I am not sure exactly why. I do appreciate the style and love to look at a bunch of photographers. My partner, Amanda, is a terrific street photographer in her [...]

The Elusive Moment

In Photography, you hear everyone talking about the “decisive moment”. This term coined by the famous father of photojournalism Henri-Cartier Bresson refers to that “creative fraction of a second when you are taking a picture. Your eye must see a composition or an expression that life itself offers you, and you must know with intuition [...]


Today I am very pleased to announce that after almost two years of careful planning and preparation, that I will be offering a brand new photographic adventure to the land where I was born: Morocco. This is not a fast-paced tour that puts quantity ahead of quality. I deliberately chose to reduce the number of [...]