Wednesday, April 21, 2010

My face on a Singh-Ray filter (with Canon G11)

I carry a point & shoot camera with me pretty much everywhere I go and find it especially useful for capturing behind-the-scenes shots when I'm out photographing. My latest p&s is a Canon G11, which has surprisingly good file quality for a compact camera. I've only had it for a few weeks and already love it.

The other morning I was out photographing the shoreline in Bruce Peninsula National Park to test out a new Singh-Ray Z-pro sized sprocket LB polarizer (it's fantastic!). While getting a few images of the filter setup,  I noticed the reflection of my face on the ND grad. I quickly passed the camera to my friend who caught this creative portrait of me!


  1. Hi Ethan,

    Just happened upon your blog and your amazing photos! Thought you might want to check out this photo contest that highlights biodiversity on Myoo Create ( It would be great to see an entry from you. Thanks again for sharing such inspiring photos of nature.


  2. lol what a way to do a self portrait. going to be buying myself two singh ray filters too.

  3. You have some spectacular photographs here Ethan. Well done!!