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Artist // Hobbyist // Photography
  • Canada
  • Deviant for 12 years
  • She / Her
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My Bio
I picked up photography about a month ago (summer 2011). Bought this Cannon T2i and a couple of lenses and thought I'd give it a shot...
Opened this devianART account and after seeing some deviations on some of the groups I'm thinking I have a LOT of ground to cover - so please leave your comments / suggestions I'd greatly appreciate it.

Current Residence: Canada
Favourite genre of music: Rock / Pop / Soul / Jazz
Favourite style of art: Anything and everything
Operating System: Unfortunately Windows 7. Mac OS X at heart

Favourite Movies
Legends of the fall, A beautiful mind, The life of David Gale, The Matrix, Inception
Favourite TV Shows
Seinfeld, The big C, Damages
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
The Fray / Five for fighting / Howie Day / Michael Jackson / Howie Day / Gavin Degraw
Favourite Books
The five people you meet in heaven, Tuesdays with Morrie
Favourite Writers
Mitch Albom
Favourite Games
Other Interests
Photography, Scuba diving, Horseback riding, EPL

Indian summer

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Last week on our way for a visit in Montreal we decided to take a D-tour and drive through Algonquin national park. Good opportunity to checkout the "indian summer" colors as October is supposedly the best month for maximum leaf color change and minimum leaf-drop. The colors were just stunning. The weather on the other hand - not so great. It wouldn't stop raining, so we didn't take as many shots as we planned to. I already noticed some amazing autumn shots around dART. if you have autumn / tree color shots you want to share or any tips or comments - please leave a link on my profile, I'd love to get some ideas in preparation for our next
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Last night there was a massive thunderstorm in Toronto that lasted a good couple of hours. I was overlooking the CN Tower and could see lightning strike it multiple times - absolutely AMAZING sigh! I really wanted to capture it on camera but it was too scary I was too close to the tower and didn't have a wide enough lens and let's be honest - didn't really know how to go about capturing it. If anyone has a good resource on how to capture lighting or some photos they wanna share - would be great if you could share it in comments. Here are the ones from last night in the globe and mail: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/toronto/
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After a quick intro tour around DeviantART - I think I'm gonna have to accelerate my learning curve when it comes to Photoshop (more like start my learning curve). Some of the enhancements out there are just ridiculous (in a good way). A good intro tutorial online should be a good place to start... Would love your advice on good tutorials / online resources.
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:wave: Hello! I wanted to thank you for adding me to your :+devwatch: ; it truly means a lot that you want to continue to see my work. I love the animals I photograph&draw and only want to share their beauty, and inspire others to care for them as much as I do. :peace:

Much appreciation,
Thanks a lot 4the fav :hug:
you're welcome. amazing work!
Hi Yae! :wave:
Thank you for adding First light to your favs! Appreciate it :)
my pleasure. It's probably the best capture I've seen of the valley of the ten peaks. stunning!
Aww thanks for your kind words! I'm really glad you like it :hug:
I hope to return someday to capture it again :D