Tuesday, March 28, 2006


"cross-stone" (Nikon D70s)

Here is another picture from my walk in the cemetary this past weekend. There were a lot of interesting headstones of which I did my best to capture. What made some of them so interesting was the extreme "weathering" the stone itself had been through. The process has been slow but I finally put up some more pictures within the angels set on the other site. If you haven't already done so, check out the link in my previous post.

Sunday, March 26, 2006

Peace and Quiet

"watching over" (Nikon D70s)

It was a beautiful day out today.......perfect for a wee stroll in a Brampton Cemetary! I have passed this particular spot a number of times and have often hoped to get in there to take some photos. Well, today was my day! I have posted one of them here but you can find the rest of this set on Flickr:LightBlooms. Feel free to let me know what you think. I shot completely in RAW format which made such a difference. Much better files to work with however, I'm pretty sure my computer hates me right about now!!

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Random Objects

"hot wheels" (Nikon D70s)

It's been a very quiet weekend for me which is always something I enjoy. I was mucking around with my camera indoors and came up with a few fun shots. From this little random photo shoot I was inspired to start a small project. Unfortunately, I can't get into too much detail as it will eventually be a gift for a family who I'm sure reads this blog fairly often. At any rate, here is one of the shots I came up with this weekend!

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Something learned....

"experiment 1"

I was a bit skeptical at first with jumping on the iPod Podcast wagon, however, I investigated a couple of podcasts that I have found extremely helpful. The picture I have posted tonight is a picture I took last year but the effect on it is something I just recently learned how to do thanks to my podcasts! I can see how an effect like this can be overused or be considered "cliche" but I had to try it!! It looks cool, don't you think?