Can’t you just feel the serenity?
This month’s FREE digital download is of the view at Big Bend Lookout in Arrowhead Provincial Park.
Mazinaw Rock is a massive cliff that rises 100 m above the lake and spans 1.5 km across with more than 260 ancient Indigenous pictographs. The history and beauty of this place is palpable.
This month’s FREE digital download is of a fall view of Mazinaw Rock in Bon Echo Provincial Park.
Killarney has been part of my life for years. It was one of the first canoe trips after moving from Montreal to Toronto in the late ’80s. The images I shot on those trips (long before becoming a professional photographer) may be amateurish in composition and lighting, but still hold strong memories of a place that I have returned to time and time again.
Continue reading Killarney is my muse
Today’s post comes from Marketing and Communications summer student Mitch Jackson.
Smartphone cameras keep getting better and better. No longer do park enthusiasts have to drag clunky DSLR cameras through the wilderness. Taking your smartphone with you will free up room for snacks, sunscreen, a lunch, a water bottle…did we mention more room for snacks?
We’ve seen that smartphones can already act as a field guide and support citizen science. Along with that, many phones also have incredible photo capabilities. Gone are the days of blurry, low-res phone photos. High-quality nature photography can happen right on your mobile device, without the burden of a camera strap.
Add some sparkle to your snapshots with the help of these apps:
Our visitors sure have a gift for photography!
Staff at Grundy Lake Provincial Park had a ball judging the entries to their 2015 Photo Contest.
Ready to see the winners?
Today’s blog article was written by Rob Stimpson. He is an internationally published, award-winning photographer best known for capturing the wilds of the Canadian outdoors. His outdoor photography workshops – many in Ontario Parks are very popular! http://robstimpson.com/ Continue reading Photographing Spring Wildflowers