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    April 12, 2015
    Last Thursday evening, my young grand kids surprised me with a nice bouquet of flowers after the launch of my ONTARIO book. I wanted to photograph the flowers but thought I would do something a little different than simply documenting them. I used a slow shutter speed and panned the bouquet making dozens of variations on a theme. Here are three of those variations.
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    July 24, 2012
    Sunflowers are just coming into their prime around the City of Winnipeg. Under a somewhat bright overcast morning, I set out this morning to photograph sunflowers. This particular photo was made from the top of my van where I made a variation of an 'orton image' (triple exposure at various apertures and shutter speeds) to create a sense of impressionism. This technique was developed by Canadian photographer Michael Orton. Check out his web site as his motion work is truly unbelievable.