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The Winter 2014 issue of Outdoor Photography Canada Magazine, which just hit the newsstand, is featuring yours truly in the Profile section of the magazine. The Profile piece spans six pages and features ten of my images. I am very pleased and honored to be featured and interviewed for the current issue of this wonderful publication. If you have not yet checked out the magazine please do pick a copy up as you will find them to be full of useful tips and info by many of Canada’s top photographers. Whether you are looking to develop your skills as a photographer or find that next great photogenic location in Canada, Outdoor Photography Canada is the magazine for you. To read the on-line portion of the Profile / interview please click here and to read the full interview or to learn more about yours truly you can pick-up a copy of the magazine at your local newsstand or simply subscribe to Outdoor Photography Canada by clicking here.
Hope you enjoy the article :)
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Winter tree at dusk, Thornton, Ontario
The above photograph was taken on Saturday evening as the sun dipped below the horizon. The day before this image was captured we received about 3 or 4 inches of fresh snow, and it was rather windy also. The outside temperature for the Saturday evening shoot was roughly -25 degrees Celsius – refreshing indeed. I have been enjoying using my latest piece of photo gear, which is a pair of Aqua Tech Sensory Gloves, for winter photography. I quite like how these gloves fit, and best of all they allow the photographer to expose just the tip of the thumb and index finger, on both hands, while the remainder of the hands and fingers stay warm inside a waterproof, breathable, insulated glove. The silicon palm allows for maximum grip of camera and lenses. In the past I would always take my gloves off to operate the camera controls because I never really found a pair of gloves that were user friendly towards camera controls and such, but the Aqua Tech Sensory Gloves so far, seem to solve that issue. If you are interested in these gloves you can check them out here or any other camera dealer that sells Aqua Tech products. Below you will see a photo of my left hand inside an Aqua Tech Sensory Glove with the thumb and index finger exposed. Follow this link to Outdoor Photography Canada to read Editor Roy Ramsay`s editorial on yours truly in the Winter 2012 issue of Outdoor Photography Canada. I am quite honored to have been selected by Mr. Ramsay for his editorial.
Aqua Tech Sensory Glove
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