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Good Intentions

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012


I had once thought that there weren’t enough hours in a day,  that has changed, now I think that there aren’t enough days in a year. I can’t believe that it has been over a month since my last entry on the blog, where has the time gone?

In the past month I have conducted a spring workshop in Ottawa, a weekend photo workshop in Brockville, was at the ProFusion Show in Toronto giving a presentation in which I showed and discussed many of the images that I have made in recent months with my SIGMA lenses and then finally there was a model photo shoot workshop.  Apart from these workshops we have also been planning for the Las Vegas/Death Valley workshop in March 2013 and the Africa tour for September 2013. Apart from these workshops, I have also been working on images to submit to Masterfile my stock sales agent. Oh yes, I also tore down the old garden shed and built a new one.

In the upcoming month I have several photo workshops in Ottawa, including a one day shoot in the downtown area.

So that’s a quick recap of my month, how’s your summer so far???

Exactly How I Had Pictured It!

Monday, March 19th, 2012
Fishing Boats

Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada


The London Camera Club is pleased to have Garry present his seminar “Exactly How I Had Pictured It!” on Saturday April 28th. As a bonus event Garry will lead a casual “Photo Walk”  in the London area on the afternoon of Friday April 27th.

Garry Black is one of Canada’s top selling stock photographers and is widely published. Noted as one of CAPA’s distinguished professionals, this Ottawa photographer leads workshops to destinations around the world as well as in Impressionistic, Landscape, Travel and Fashion Model Shoots.

“Just before you release the shutter what do you see through the viewfinder on your camera (or the LCD screen)?  Are you capturing the feeling, mood, interaction, experience that has occurred between yourself and the subject/scene? Creative photography is about using your vision, the elements of visual design and all of the photographic tools at your disposal to create the image that you see in your mind.

Everyone’s vision is different but there many techniques and visual principals that are common in creating images that help you capture “Exactly How I Had Pictured It!”  In this workshop we will cover the essentials that will help you to create the image that you see. We will discuss composition, visual design, light, angle, lens, perspective and subject matter. As well as Photoshop techniques that will help to make your photograph!”


Limited number of Tickets now available:

Friday afternoon April 27th  “Photo Walk with Garry Black” and  Saturday April 28th Seminar 9:00a to 4:00p $75.00 – Saturday Seminar only $65.00


Friday location – TBA

Venue Saturday:

Free Methodist Church

402 Commissioners Road West

London On


For ticket purchases and payment options please email with subject “tickets” to email:




Winter Wallup

Saturday, January 14th, 2012
Winter Wallup

Canon 5D MKII - Sigma 24-70 F2.8 IF @58mm F9.0 1/100


On the news they were calling yesterday’s snow storm “Winter Wallup”. I might have called it Winter Wonderland! This is a Lilac bush in my backyard. The shutter speed was 1/100 sec which was slow enough to capture the streaks of the falling snow.