Running behind kinds with with the camera at their height produces magic every time. Using a wide angle lens lets you never have to worry about your shot (because you almost always have something).
If you’ve followed my blog at all, you’ve probably been able to deduce that I’m not much of a sports fan. However, since I was a kid, I’ve always watched and followed the Olympics with as much passion as a hockey mom at the local rink.
This year was no exception. We welcomed Brian Williams into our living room every night, and followed the drama live during the day when we could. That also means we heard a lot of words from CTV’s broadcast sponsors. Below is a highly scientific list (based on personal opinion) of the best commercials that ran in Canada over the past two weeks. continue reading →
I was playing around with Google Maps the other day, and came across the Create Map functionality which allows users to plot their own locations. Soon after, I had plotted a few of my favorite places around Charlottetown. I know it’s nothing new, but I’m just starting to see its potential.
The map, embedded above, is something I’m going to keep up with. It’s part personal archive of favorite places, part local-guy-crafted tourist guide. There’s only seven locations on it now, but it’ll grow.
“It isn’t easy to love something as much as you love a child. It’s like looking into the sun.” — P. S. Hoffman
A short video I shot the other evening as Claire and I were playing outside.