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12 Significant Photos, 2014

Posted by Dean Hebert on February 4, 2015 at 7:25 PM Comments comments (0)

 2014 was filled with adventures and photography making it hard to choose my favourites.







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Back in Downton

Posted by Dean Hebert on September 6, 2014 at 1:50 PM Comments comments (0)

 


Where else would we go on a long weekend car-camping adventure? This area has become a real favourite for me with so much to see and so many places to explore.

 Serea and I invited Paul and our neighbours, Chris and Celyne, to join us, so, on the Canada Day long weekend, we drove up the Downton Creek FSR, missing the turn off and having to retrace our steps back to the right spur. We set up camp just past the trail head.



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My 12 Best Photos of 2013

Posted by Dean Hebert on January 17, 2014 at 1:25 AM Comments comments (0)

 2013 was full of camping trips, starting Easter weekend at Doctor's Bay, on Harrison Lake, and ending at Blowdown Lake, near Lillooet, at the end of September. It seems to me that I was placing less emphasis on photography and more on experiencing nature. Not really a bad thing, just a slight change in focus. My goal for this coming year is to see more sunrises and sunsets, and hopefully capture some breath-taking scenery.



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2011: A Year in Review ( The Ansel Adams Dozen )

Posted by Dean Hebert on May 6, 2012 at 11:35 AM Comments comments (0)

 To know where you're going you must know where you've been.


 After reading a couple of articles about reviewing your work that included the Ansel Adams quote  "Twelve significant photos in any one year is a good crop", I decided that I would pick my twelve favourite photos whether they were "significant" or not.

 Sometimes I go looking for a specific shot and other times I'm just exploring. During a morning shoot in early January, I found myse...

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Shooting into the Sun

Posted by Dean Hebert on March 1, 2011 at 8:55 PM Comments comments (0)

 Have you ever composed a shot with the sun either in or just outside the frame? Then you know about lens flare, those ghosts shooting across the picture, caused by the light reflecting off internal components. An easy way to fix this is just by not shooting into the sun or other bright objects, but if that's not possible then the use of a lens shade or a hat to block the sun from the front lens element can help. Sometimes, hiding the sun behind an element in the picture removes the glar...

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