The Edge of a Storm 

Sometimes there is a temptation to stay home after you look at the weather and see a stormy forecast.  Nobody wants to be out in the rain but I always find that the edge of storms are where the best light and the most dramatic photos can be found.   The other day it looked like a full day of rain but there was a short window first thing Sunday morning that looked like the sun would poke out its head for a while.  Sure enough, I was near Pakenham's old stone bridge when the sun broke through the clouds just above the horizon and lit up the bridge.  The result speaks for itself.  

Bright sunny days with no clouds seem like a nice time to be out but they don't provide many opportunities for the best light. No stunning sunrise, no beautiuful sunset and no chance for dramatic clouds.  Start to welcome changes in the weather and go look for your light!



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Capturing Winter's Whites 

Your digital camera is capable of capturing stunning pictures of winter! It's probably the most challenging season in which to shoot. The light is often stunning and capturing the many shades of white and gray is the key.   You just need to understand your camera to make it all happen. Saturday, February 4th at 9:00 AM you can learn to master your camera's controls in our introduction to digital photography, Digital Photography 101. If you have one of our gift certificates or want to purchase one of the limited spaces in the day of instruction, sign up on our training_products page! /training_products

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Digital Photography 101 October 16th! 

The autumn leaves are at their peak and its time to take control of your digital camera and capture the true colours of the season!  Sunday October 16th at 9:00AM you can learn to master your camera's controls in our introduction to digital photography, Digital Photography 101.   If you have one of our gift certificates or want to purchase one of the limited spaces in the day of instruction, sign up on our /training_products page!

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Allan Joyner Photography

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