Google Photos is an application that has been gaining traction in the masses through mobile devices, contributing to the ultimate goal of everything being stored in "the cloud". Though I have my own reservations about cloud-based storage solutions and streaming options, there's no denying that Google Photos (and Google Apps in general) are becoming increasingly handy for consumers and professionals alike.
Quality over quantity. We hear it all the time and with good reason too. It's the a rule of thumb for many things in life and photography is no different.
To ease myself into getting used to generating content pertaining to myself, I figured that reviews or lists of gear I own and like would be a good stepping stone. So without further ado, I'm presenting my top 3 analog cameras for photography.
Last Thursday, I was asked to document a collaborative safety training between the lifeguards of Professor's Lake and some Peel Region paramedics.
Today marks the release of a music video I filmed and edited back in May. The song is "Waiting..." by some good friends in River Groves, who also cooperatively directed the work.
The website is at last up and running! There are still a few things that need to be tweaked here and there, but the site is overall functional - a feat of which I am quite proud.