Permission to use photo
I was wondering if I could use the photo of the fish swimmimg backwards as a subject for a watercolor project that I would like to do.
Let me know.
Was just looking through your photos of the Maritime provinces, Canada and couldn't help laugh when I saw your comment under an NB photo. I live in Fredericton, just 10 minutes away from the shot of you under what you called a giant peanut in Majorville. It's actually called "The Big Potatoe" and has been there ever since I can remember...at least 26 years! Just an FYI!
Try ABC Photocolour for all types of film processing with professional quality standards.
Super Cool Pics
I have a couple questions for you. Please, email me so we can chat a bit. I am an amateur photgrapher, too. Much less than you though. I don't have any equipment, per se. I have a great eyeI think. Actually, I have two of them. hahaha Michael, I must say, you have a great vision for an interesting photo. I need to ask you a few questions about your pics. Email me when you get a chance.
Good luck and keep up the great work!!
Deb aka Schye
Camcorders are fine
You are entitled to your view about camcoders and video, but I shoot video and photos, for weddings and holidays, and my audiences rave at both my videos and photos.
You bring up good points about poor videography skills and practices, and similarly, I can bring up very good points about poor photography skills and practices. While I'm at that, I can even comment on poor skills in cooking and driving.
Just an example: I was at the local zoo, and this mother was shooting her daughter against some camels. The girl was pointing at the camels, saying "Look, ma, a big camel", all excited and fun. The mother was shouting at her, "If you'll look here for that one moment, I'll get you and the camel nicely in the picture." Now the mother was about 15 feet away on a compact (minimal zoom) camera. Is that good photography practice? What if the mother was holding a video cam, started shooting the girl's enthusiasm, and walked in, pan from the girl to the camel? Nicer story, maybe?
I am an art consultant in Philadelphia, PA, USA.
My client would like me to purchase three vertical images, 24" by 36".
thanks for your info, very helpful.
l8r, majing boo
Hi Mark !
I was just browsing the net, and I came accross your site.
I'm a male, and wanted to make a modeling portfolio, do you do that?
The reason I'm contacting you is because I'm at a very low budget and in need of maybe 8 photography pics.
Now I need your advice, how would I go about doing this, is there a place where I can get it for a very low rate or even free....(As I'm only a student, still in school, do not have an income)
This agency selected me but I need a portfolio....
email me please, couldn't find your email, thank you
I stumbled across your site by accident one day and found it very inspirational. I think your photos are beautiful. For the most part. Your shots of Vancouver made Vancouver appear in a new light to me. I do photography too and find it hard to find nice subject matter. You are an interesting person. I would love to dissect your mind. But what I have discovered of it on this site is quite intriguing. Herr Werneburger, Sie interessieren mich.
Have a great day.
Aug 2002 Yaletown car show
Hi there, could you e mail me pictures of my 62 corvette?
Thank you in advance.
I happened upon your web site because I am searching for a third tattoo-celtic design. Thank you for your photos, here is something for you.
What I love about language
is what I love about fog:
what comes between us and things
grants them their shine. Take,
for instance, this estuary,
raised to a higher power
by airy sun-struck voile:
gunmetal cove and glittered bar
hung on the rim of the sky
like places in Tibet-
white buildings unreachable,
dreamed and held
at just the perfect distance:
the world's lustered by the veil.
Or else I love fog
because it shows the world
as page, where much
has been written, and much erased.
Clapboards lose their boundaries,
and phantoms of summer's roses
loom like parade floats lost at sea.
Is that what it is,
half erased. I'm not afraid;
it feels like home here,
held-like any line of text-
by the white margins
of a ghost's embrace.
Enjoyed your beautiful photographs. Left me a little disappointed as we will be spending Christmas day in Vancouver and i had hoped for a white Christmas. Looking at your photographs I am sure it will be wonderful snow or not
This is one site that I will definitely bookmark. I really love photography and this is refreshing. I even wanted to do the oilslick thing but I just kept watching and never tried. Now I will. You inspire me!
I happened across you site looking for pictures from Fuji for a co-workers wallpaper and I love your Lion's Gate Camera Club photo hunt. I was wondering if you can give me contact info for them or forward a few of the hunt's to me so I could try this myself.
Thanks for you time, Tiffany