Wine Glass Originally uploaded by robtain I might have composed this better, but the was a combination of timing and circumstance. I saw the glasses on the table. It was late afternoon and the sunlight was pouring through the patio door onto the table. I wanted to see if I could capture the particular quality […]
Flower Girl Originally uploaded by robtain So far I am loving my Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens. The shallow depth of field that I can attain really makes photos like this portrait of my daughter really stand out. I now have three lenses in my kit, but since I bought the 50mm, I have […]
I finally got around to working out a few bugs in the WordPress theme that I’ve been using (K2). I’ve been watching the K2 release candidates regularly for updates so that I could fix this once and for all. My sidebars were disappearing randomly, rendering my sidebar content relatively useless. Hopefully this will work better. […]
Jungle Gym Photograph by Jennifer McCann. Originally uploaded by robtain
Red-tailed Hawk Originally uploaded by robtain Another photo taken with the 70-300 mm zoom. After hearing people talk about it, I am really starting to appreciate “bokeh“. This photo was taken at the Ecomuseum in Sainte Anne de Bellevue, Quebec. The subject is a red-tailed hawk.
Looking ahead Originally uploaded by robtain This is a picture that I took of my daughter with a 70-300mm zoom lens. It is one of a series that I took in continuous shoot mode and I think this one turned out the best. I used Photoshop to remove some strawberry stains from around her mouth!
Yellow Cabs Originally uploaded by robtain We travelled to New York with some friends and kids in tow. I had never been to NYC before. It was sensory overload, but great fodder for photography. In about 48 hours, I fired off almost 400 shots. I’ll be posting more to Flickr over the next few days.
Yum! Stick! Originally uploaded by robtain My daughter has started exploring the backyard. Not only is she examining the perimeter, but she is taking the time to taste some of it!
Bacon Key. Originally uploaded by brian cors This is exactly what I need on my keyboard!
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