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Photography after Dark

Night time can be the right time for some very interesting photographs - with the right technique and tools.

A tripod is essential for steady images, as shutter speeds have to be extended considerably. The general rule of steadiness calls for a shutter speed of a fraction of a second divided by the lens focal length. For example, with a 200mm lens, the slowest shutter speed you should use would be 1/200 th of a second.

Night time shots of West Kelowna forest fire (as seen on the right) called for exposures of 10 to 30 seconds. Given the high winds of the night, an extra weight hanging on the tripod is helpful to provide greater stability.


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Kelowna Photography News

Congratulations
Linda & Jason

JUNE, 2012 - Best wishes to Linda and Jason, of Calgary, who returned home to Kelowna last month to join in matrimony among family and friends.
The historic Benvoulin Church provided a very quaint and intimate location for the small ceremony. What had been a wet weekend gave way to a small taste of sunshine – perhaps it was a blessing from above.
Linda's pet dogs joined the wedding party and got one of the first kisses from the beautiful bride while Jason waited his turn.

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okanagan wedding photography


All Decked Out

Last month, I photographed a new addition to the imports offered by SunCountry Furniture in Kelowna for the idealic summer living in the Okanagan.

Photography options were limited as the deck was damp with fresh sealant, yet I was still able to place some remote flashes to blend with the sunlight.

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commercial photos on location in Okanagan

Older items -

Kelowna Ladies in the News
Artistic Architecture
My Revolutionary New Camera
Fine Furniture
Helping the ladies
Engineering projects
Skogie Cleaning Up
Big heart in little runner
Ogogrow on the grow
Bear Guards new Park
Combatting Cancer
Lighting technology improves 
Airport publication awarded


Okanagan Olympians
Builder's book of my photos
Forest Fires hit Westside