“Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.” – John Ruskin When the weather gets bad, everyones first thought is to put the camera away and run for cover, but I have found some of […]
We go back to a artistic shot for todays photo of the day. Sam Ward from Kayak the Nile is racing in the giant slalom event at the 2014 Whitewater Grand Prix in Quebec. This shot was captured again with a remote camera on a tripod. It also involved a lot of luck and several […]
The last few action sports photos of the day have been pretty artsy. Todays is just straight up tight action. Sometimes times it is all that is needed, especially when that athlete is going big. And for this one, Mariann Saether is going massive. When covering events like the Whitewater Grand Prix, I will often […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
When professional kayaker Joel Kowalski and I got together to tell me about his plan to kayak in Michoacan Mexico I was pretty excited. Joel showed me rivers on Google Earth that looked to have amazing potential, and no one had ever kayaked them before. I got home and started researching the area immediately and […]