The winter sun breaks the horizon early in the morning.
Here is a photo of the first snowfall this winter! A good one!
Early on a winter's morning the snow and ice clings tightly to the branches of the trees. This photograph was take with my Canon 7D Mark II camera and a 400 mm lens. The shutter speed was set to 1/1000 second, the aperture was set at f6.3 and the ISO was 100.
A cold winter day on the farm taken outside of Ottawa. This photograph was taken with my Canon REBEL T2i camera and a 50 mm lens. The shutter speed was set to 1/640 second, the aperture was set to F8 and the ISO was set to 100.
December no snow on the ground and no ice on the streams. Looks like a green Christmas this year but it's time to enjoy our family and friends as we celebrate the Season. Here is a recent photography of a small stream near North Gower. This photograph was taken with my Canon 7D camera and a Canon 70-300 mm lens set at 70 mm. The shutter speed was set at 1/100 second, the aperture was set at f16 and the ISO was set at 640.
The water rushes swiftly over the waterfalls and thunders down on to the rocks below. The water droplets sparkle brightly in the sunshine. This photo was taken at Hog's Back falls in Ottawa, Canada. I used my Canon rebel T2i camera with a 400 mm telephoto lens to capture this photo. I set my shutter speed to 1/500 second to freeze the waters movement, my aperture at f8 and ISO 200 to get the correct exposure.
Upcoming Events Displaying My Photographs
Red Trillium Studio Tour - November 14-15
Studio Tour - Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm - Free Admission
I will be at Huntley Mess Hall, 2240 Craig’s Side Road, Carp.
Manotick Arts Association – Fall Show & Sale - November 21-22
Art Show - Saturday and Sunday 10:30 am - 4:30 pm - Free Admission
Manotick Legion – 5550 Ann Street, Manotick
OVCC Christmas Joy Show - November 28-29
Show - Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Library and Archives Canada - 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa
Welcome to John Hugh Craig's (jhcphoto.ca) Blog. This is my first entry of what I hope will be many more to come. As a first entry, I thought I would give you a bit of my background and an idea of what is to come in the future blogs.
I grew up in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and have lived here all my life. I have travelled across Canada, coast to coast, visited many of the states in the U.S and have also visited some areas of Europe. My passion for photography started early in my life. As a teen I use to develop my own photographs in my parents' basement.
I attended schools locally in the Ottawa area and graduated with a bachelor of engineering from Carleton University. I worked for several local high tech companies for many years.
A few years ago I became very ill with liver disease, the cause of which they never determined as I did not drink to excess, smoke, use drugs nor was I overweight. I was given one year to live. I was fortunate to find a liver donor at the six month mark. This individual saved my live by donating a part of their liver to me through a live liver transplant.
Unable to continue my high stress job, as the doctors believe that stress was a major contributor to the liver failure, I decided to renew my passion for photography. I have been spending time outdoors capturing wildlife in their natural environment and taking shots of different landscapes that capture my interest.
In upcoming blog posts I will feature my photographs with some background information, photographic tips, events such as art shows and other useful information. Please take a look at the rest of my website at www.jhcphoto.ca.
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