Mid July Update

Prince Edward Island - July 2013

It has been a busy July of early mornings and late evenings which leaves little time for organizing and sharing new photos. The summer is quickly disappearing and the most I’ve done in the past couple weeks, has been to clear off the memory cards to make room for more.…

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Sources of Inspiration

General - July 2013

After reading a few comments by an upset photographer who was infuriated at a painter for recreating his image, my first though was, no big deal, the landscape isn’t going anywhere. Before reading these comments, I had also given permission to a friend of a friend (who I’ve never met)…

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Behind Every Written Word is a Real Person

General - July 2013

There is no shortage of workshops and conferences in the creative space fighting for our attention, money and time but a gathering of any size can have a significant impact if you reach out and take it. From the three events of which I selected to attend this year, I…

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A Day to Remember

Appreciating traditional darkroom printing is something I have difficulty relating to. I have many albums of 4×6 prints from every event of my childhood but it was not art. Photography was this little box with a button, that you pressed 24 times, mailed away a funny looking negative strip, waited…

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Prince Edward Island Visitors Guide

Published - May 2013

Being busy is good but that often comes at the expense of keeping this blog updated. Here is a quick post with a few of my images that you’ll find in print this summer. Earlier this week, I received some of the 2013 marketing materials and was pleased to see…

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Motivation

Gear, Travel - April 2013

Late last week, it was asked in a group forum what was everyone’s “must have” photographic piece of equipment (excluding the camera itself). While I understand the bases of what was being asked, I was too focused on the words because “must have” is very different than “nice to have”.…

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Imitation, Flattery and Identity Theft

General, Projects - April 2013

Unlicensed content is used every day while the copyright holders do what they can to prevent it. It’s an endless cycle that can’t be stopped but the importance of creating and sharing should outweigh any fear. However, sometimes the infringement is so obvious, you find yourself asking how anyone could…

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Persistent Vision

Travel - April 2013

For a website primarily dedicated to Prince Edward Island, I have been talking a bit too much about Canada’s Rocky Mountains after spending the second half of March in Alberta. An odd time of year to travel during their muddy melting spring weather but I’m pretty sure we experienced all…

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Is Subscribing by RSS Dead?

General - April 2013

If actions speak louder than words, the concept of subscribing to your favourite websites by RSS would appear to be spiraling down a dead end path. A long list of companies abandoning the technology that could be headlined by Apple discontinuing support for RSS in it’s mail client and a…

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