Sandstone and Water
Ice and Sandstone on the Oyster River
When I’m photographing landscapes, my tendency is to anchor the scene with a foreground object and…
Salmon Nurseries in the Tsolum River and its Tributaries
Guest post by Jennifer Sutherst
Biologist / Environmental Educator for the Tsolum River Restoration…
Oyster River Bowls
Photographing moving water has been a theme for me this year and I’ve really been enjoying experime…
Fantastic weekend poking around the Triple Falls in Errington, British Columbia and working with long exposures. Gotta love the B+W 10-stop ND filter for slowing things down.
Directions and more photos at Triple Falls in Errington, British Columbia
Even more photos and prints available via SmugMug at http://www.daveingram.ca/Triple-Falls
Triple Falls in Errington, British Columbia
Sometimes the best falls are the ones that are a little bit off the beaten path. They don’t have to…
Down at the Brown’s
Brown’s River falls have been on my “must visit” photography listfor a while—the problem was that I
My sad saga with the Nikon D600 continues. Back in April, 2013 I had significant spotting on my sensor after just 4 months of use. At that time I sent the camera to Nikon Canada and they cleaned the sensor and replaced the shutter.
4 months later in late September, 2013 the problem had returned - significant spotting at small apertures (which I use frequently for landscape photography) and larger “blobs” at wider apertures.
The D600 is set to be shipped back to Nikon Canada this week - I’ve never had this kind of problem with a camera before, having a “semi professional” sensor professionally cleaned every 4 months is a bit much. What happens when the warranty runs out?
Brown’s River Falls near Courtenay, British Columbia from the east side of the river. Not the best angle for photography (looks better to approach from the opposite bank) but some interesting compositions possible. Tried out my new B+W 6-stop ND filter, will be good to do some comparison with the 10-stop. Water levels quite high and water running quickly, would have liked a little less volume in the river : )
Working on a full blog post and more images for http://IslandNature.ca - should have it done tomorrow night.