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!

4 comments:

  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 (http://myoocreate.com/challenges/2#full_briefing). It would be great to see an entry from you. Thanks again for sharing such inspiring photos of nature.

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

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

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