When the View Matters

When the View Matters

Yesterday I shot interiors of a beautiful house in the Bay for a real estate listing. In a lot of houses the view really doesn’t matter. You may see the house next door or the street. In this case, the house’s proximity to the water is a major selling...
Timing Makes All the Difference

Timing Makes All the Difference

Recently a local design company asked me to photograph a restaurant at a golf club. The exterior shots they had were perfectly good, but the interiors weren’t working. I found the interior shots on the builder’s website, and they were competently...
Preserving The View

Preserving The View

The Challenges for Shooting Interiors If you’ve ever tried to shoot interior photographs, you’ve no doubt learned that it has some unique challenges. If you don’t keep the camera perfectly level, all of those nice vertical lines start to converge and...
Waring House Evening Shot

Waring House Evening Shot

In my last post, I showed a before and after evening shot. I thought I’d repeat the formula for this post and show a recent photograph of The Waring House in Picton. Dusk Photos are Magical Dusk shots are some of the most time-intensive shots that I do. They...
Oeno Gallery Evening Shoot

Oeno Gallery Evening Shoot

Great Light Creates Mood I had shot photos of the Oeno Gallery near Bloomfield, Ontario, on a couple of different occasions before. The gallery, nestled in the picturesque grounds of the Huff Estate Winery, boasts an impressive collection of modern art inside. Outside...
The Old Blog Has Gone

The Old Blog Has Gone

If you’re looking for old blog posts from this site, we appologize, but when migrating the site to new hosting, our blog was lost. We’ll endeavour to provide interesting content here in the very near future.