Finally! This March will be the debut of the photography workshop called Photographing Consciously. I’m so glad it all finally came together, because I’ve always wanted to give back to the photographers’ community in this particular way. By all means I encourage all of you to check out the link above and see the details; the workshop is aimed at starter-uppers, people who aren’t entirely new at the whole camera concept, but want to grab the bull by the horns and finally go out there and photograph on purpose as opposed to guessing, hoping or letting the camera make the big decisions for them. The workshop will also feature outings and most certainly hands-on fun with volunteer models!
The Photographing Consciously Workshop eBook
The other day there was supposed to be a huge storm. Advertised as Snowpocalypse for Southern Ontario, I most certainly wanted to document the tremendous damage it would create. The storm came, while on its way to New York, barely hit us and caused it to snow non-stop for a night and a day. Fair enough, more snow fell during that night and day than usually, but it wasn’t anything all too impressive. In fact I would have felt better off staying at home that day if it weren’t for the following image that I managed to capture while on the bus.
Here are the rest of the images from that day: