Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Lake Superior Provincial Park


Photo 1: Lake Superior Provincial Park at sunset
EOS 1DsIII; 17-40mm lens; Singh-Ray LB Warming Polarizer & 2 stop soft edge ND grad (4x6" size, handheld in front of lens); mirror lock-up & cable release
Exposure: ISO 200; 1.6s @ f/22


Photo 2: Lake Superior Provincial Park at sunset
EOS 1DsIII; 17-40mm lens; Singh-Ray Gold'n'Blue polarizer & 3 stop hard edge Reverse ND Grad (4x6" size, handheld in front of lens); mirror lock-up & cable release
Exposure: ISO 200; 2.5s @ f/18


I'm up on the north shore of Lake Superior - one of my favorite places in Ontario. I arrived yesterday and had a great shoot last night in Lake Superior Provincial Park. The blackflies and mosquitoes are ferocious, but worth enduring for the amazing scenery.

It feels good to be back in the field for some intense shooting and camping out. For the past few weeks I've been tied up with office work & domestic duties which included preparing the van for the next leg of the trip, and getting my camera gear all in order. [that's why blog posts have been scarce]

Will post as often as I'm able to.... though it's difficult to find cellular/internet service up here!

4 comments:

  1. Nice stuff, Ethan! I'm glad to see you got back out. I was worried that you had to cancel the rest of the trip, or something like that. Where are you headed next?

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  2. I love the second shot. Beautiful work man.

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  3. hello, this post remember me when i was a child, i do not know why....

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