Well, I'm *still* waiting for spring to properly happen here in Toronto, so when I had some free time this weekend, it seemed like the perfect chance to work on some bright and colourful photos.
Sometimes looking at things in a different way can be a great way to get inspired. I've been experimenting with adding motion blur to my cityscapes and landscapes ... and I love the results!
Some of my favourite images from my 'Overgrown' series, started in Fredericton. I'm looking forward to finding some great fences in Toronto to continue this series.
Some moss and gardens and coastal greenery to brighten up your early spring.
We haven't done nearly enough exploring since we've moved to Toronto, but I have managed to see some pretty lovely parts of our new home province. Here are some shots from our first year in Ontario.
Living in the city means I'm not always as close to a forest as I'd like to be. But I've managed to find some pretty lovely things to photograph in my urban environment as well.
For me, photography is about taking a closer look at things that may seem mundane and uninteresting. One of the subjects I have been finding fascinating and surprisingly photogenic is tree trunks. Peeling bark, cracked bark, and bark that's covered in moss. It's all lovely. Here are some of my favourite tree portraits so far.
I love a white picket fence covered in vines and flowers. This fence in Fredericton was one of my favourite subjects, and it was an endless source of material. Here are a few of my favourite shots.
So, it turns out a lot of the photos in my 'to-edit' pile are flowers. I'm ok with that. Here are some more flowers. This time they're purple!
I'm yearning for some colour and sunshine and an excuse to wear light flowy dresses all of the time. That means it's time to edit some colourful photos and dream of warmer days.
Toy Photography, take 2! With a bit more of a refined lighting set-up, I managed to get some pretty great shots of my little Lego mountain biker.
Beating the winter blues by editing some photos of spring blossoms.
I want to be a toy photographer. Step 1 is finishing off an old project I started planning last year. Here's my first test shoot.