Cooler temperatures like today can only mean my favorite season is just around the corner. Looking forward to taking more of these soon. (at Hog’s Back Park)
Summer Evening By The River on Flickr.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 24-105mm. L lens, ƒ/22.0, 2.5 sec., ISO 100.
Another sunset (at Deschenes Rapids)
Sunday Evening Dusk (at Ottawa River Parkway)
By The Water (at Deschenes Rapids)
Across The Bridge on Flickr.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 24-105mm. L lens, ƒ/10.0, 30 sec., ISO 100.
I was following and filming a large group of protestors as they peacefully moved through the city. The group ended up at Queen and Spadina and was met with a blockade. As the group gathered in the intersection, approximately 200 police in riot uniforms surrounded and began arresting around 200 civilians, protestors and media reps. I ended up inside the zone of the detained and continued to shoot even as it began to pour. This is our story.
Music: Ludovico Einaudi - Lady Labyrinth
Heading West on Flickr.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 24-105mm. L lens, ƒ/22.0, 60 sec., ISO 100.
Summer Days on Flickr.
6-Step Multi-Bracketed High Dynamic Range Photo: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 24-105mm. L lens, ƒ/20.0-22.0, 1/30-1/160 sec., ISO 100.
By taking multiple simultaneous shots at three different exposure bracket levels on your SLR camera, you’re able to capture a low, normal, and an over-exposured photo. By stitching the three photos together a la Photoshop, you’re able to create what’s known as a High Dynamic Range photo, or HDR for short (you probably have seen this setting on your iPhone).
I wanted to try something a little different by taking six photos instead: Three at ƒ/20.0 and three more at ƒ/22.0 all at different shutter speeds to increase and decrease the amount of light hitting the sensor.
After splicing all six together, this was the end result.
Juno on Flickr.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 24-105mm. L lens: ƒ/4.0, 1/13 sec., ISO 640.