With the school Christmas concert season upon us, time to yet again recycle an oldie but a goodie blog post!! Here’s some tips on getting the great concert photos!
Fall is a great time for photographs, and taking photographs of your kids playing in autumn leaves is just one of the possibilities. Here are some ideas for capturing some great moments.
Graduation time is upon us, and if you have a child or relative crossing that stage for their high school or university graduation, you’ll want to get the best photographs possible.
Here are some tips for doing just that!
Happy Valentine’s Day! Here are some Photo 365 assignments on the theme of love.
Snow. It’s a fact of life in Canada. Each winter, Canadians are subjected to hundreds of inches of white stuff that needs to be moved out of the way. And with each snowstorm, we get all bundled up, trudge out into the winter wasteland, and fire up the snowblower/pick up our trusty shovel.
And as a newspaper photographer, with each storm I documented these winter warriors…why don’t you? Here are some tips for getting the best photos!
Nothing beats zooming down an icy, snow covered landscape on a small piece of plastic with nothing but your feet between you and certain death.
If you are heading out to enjoy a day of sliding and want to take some great photos, here are some tips! (Feel free to share with your friends via the Twitter/Facebook links at the end!)
HAPPY FRIDAY THE 13th! Here are some ideas for taking some spooky themed photographs.
Summertime is upon us, which means concerts and music festivals! Not only can you enjoy the sounds of a concert or festival, you can record the sights with you camera! Here are some tips on how to get some great photos!