Past and Present Book Now Available

July 13, 2012By Stephen DesRoches

After several months of anticipation, I’m pleased to announce that in honour of the park’s 75th anniversary, PEI National Park, Parks and People Association and The Acorn Press released a new book this past Wednesday night to a full house at Dalvay-by-the-Sea National Historic Site — a 77 page picture-heavy book produced primarily with John … Read More

A Photographers Travel Checklist

June 1, 2012By Stephen DesRoches

It’s that time again when I must recheck and recheck again to make sure I have all the necessities before packing the camera on a plane and traveling off to a location not-so-close to home. I will soon be in Iceland with a few photographer friends and while packing light is always the priority — … Read More

The Dance With Wildlife

May 23, 2012By Stephen DesRoches

It can be challenging at the best of times to come close enough with wildlife. There is always that dance to position yourself in the hopes you do not disturb or scare the bird into flying away. You repeat the cycle of slowing moving closer as they slowly move further away. With each step closer, … Read More

Significant Changes

April 25, 2012By Stephen DesRoches

I routinely visit Covehead in PEI National Park and I still can’t believe how much can and has changed from year to year. What once was a sand dune, is now a clear view out to sea. Today’s Image – New Stream at Covehead A year ago and this stream did not exist. The lake … Read More

Painting With Light

April 10, 2012By Stephen DesRoches

It has been many years since I last finished a painting using traditional mediums and I have a desk full of paints, inks, pens and brushes that now only collect dust. I’ve completely surrendered to the digital world but although I’ve stopped mixing paints, I still feel like I create images with a similar purpose … Read More