With The Oscars around the corner, I couldn’t help but pick the brain of my long-time friend and the infamous producer, Byron Martin. For those Oscar followers that want a little sneak-peak, take a look at these awesome picks!
Do you know a photographer that has an adventurous soul who loves to have fun and do just about anything once? It is sometimes difficult to come up with ideas on what to do for Valentine’s Day. But if you are dating a photographer, it can be a little extra challenging. What can you do together that would make this day special, for the both of you?
What does X-Men, The Carbon Rush, and The Boondock Saints all have in common? The answer is Byron Martin, film producer extraordinaire whose projects also include The Chronicles of Riddick, Death Race (with Jason Statham), Resident Evil: Afterlife, and even two American Pie movies.
I have this real romantic idea that one day, I will camp out under the Aurora Borealis in Norway or Iceland. I also really want to go gliding upside down while filming the crags of the north, blanketed by piles of snow. Truth is, although those would be my fantasy photo opportunities, I am actually planning to do them! So the next question is, how does this Canadian gal keep warm & protect my gear in sub zero temperatures?
Tis the glorious holiday season, when many of us flock south to enjoy the warm hospitality of our southern neighbours. I figured I would take the time to discuss the intricacies of taking photos using DSLR cameras in warm and tropical temperatures.
It is mostly Spanish, a bit of French, and definitely hot and tropical. My winter escape to the Dominican Republic proved to be just about everything this cold Canadian gal could ask for, and much, much more!
With three cameras in hand (my iPhone 6 , Sony a5000, and GoPro Hero4 Black ), I hit the streets of several cities on the east coast of the island, in the Altagracia province. Altagracia is known for its famous beaches, and has several major tourist cities, such as La Romana and Punta Cana . Both of which I was lucky enough to see.
Cycling the alleyways through downtown Toronto is truly my favourite way to catch up on Toronto’s local street art. I remember finding my first MEDIAH piece, one beautiful summer day. There it was, hanging on a garage. I stopped, quite suddenly, not wanting to miss it. I almost flew off my bike in the process…
I remember being a small child and watching The Wizard of Oz. I was always very lucky to have always have had colour television as a child, but I can just imagine how amazing the transition from black and white would have been…a huge paradigm shift for that time. Continue reading 6 Tips On How To Take Black and White Pictures
I have a secret to share…I have been experimenting lately with black and white photography.
Colour, of course, will always be my passion. But in my personal feeds, I can’t seem to escape the tone, mood and dramatic beauty of the black and white picture. I have become a huge fan.
Using her Ricoh camera as a means to express her artistic photography, Theresa Groth is a photographer who has definitely captured my attention in the area of bnw. I am so excited that I got a chance to connect with this amazing and up-and-coming street photographer! Can’t wait to share her with you!
Wonderful Montreal has one of the best subway systems in Canada. I suppose this is arguable because I have not ridden on all of them. But I promise, Montreal’s Metro certainly beats Toronto’s TTC, hands down…