Todays photo of the day is a slow shutter. It is all about the motion and driven by the vision to do something different. It was captured during the the 2014 Whitewater Grand Prix at Black Mass. Typically when I am shooting slow shutters in kayaking I will shoot pretty wide as it increases the […]
A great action sports picture doesn’t always have to happen at peak action. In todays photo of the day, Nick Troutman finds himself in-between to big drops. What made the photo for me, is the cleanness of the background. It allows for great separation between my subject and background. Other strength of the photograph is […]
Cam Riley, from Colorado is one of the top urban skiers out there right now. Last year he swung up to Ottawa for an urban mission, and as with many skiers found paradise at the Archives. About the shot: One problem that seams to always come up when shooting urban skiing is the mess of […]
This Remembrance Day I had the opportunity to take it all in from above the National War Memorial in Ottawa Canada. I created a time lapse starting the morning of November 11, 2014 that turns 5 hours of time into just over 1 minute and 30 seconds for Maclean’s. The time lapse is composed of […]
Well another great season of shooting Spartan Race in Eastern Canada just wrapped-up with a great core team from Epic Action Imagery featuring Marc DesRosiers, Brian Goldschmied, Richard Burley and Aaron Murrell. This year Spartan Race took us as far west as Toronto and as far east as Halifax so there was no shortage of […]
I had an amazing opportunity this spring to get on the road with the 2014 Whitewater Grand Prix, a kayaking event featuring 36 of the worlds top whitewater paddlers. Here are a few of my favorites shots from each event around Quebec.