Harry Jerome – the long run…

This was the first set of bracketed images, photographed on Jun-15-2008. Started shooting around 10pm. The combination image above, shows the original 5 different views – each shot at 8 seconds. The Nikon was on a tripod and 3 exposures were made of each ...Read More

1965 Chevy truck

May-28-2017 Truck project A friend wanted me to take some shots of his 1965 Chevy truck (283 engine), with the intent of getting it sold one day. We moved it to a nearby field and I proceeded to photograph the vehicle. As you will ...Read More

Cutting steel fence panels

Doing some handyman contract work, near Millarville, Alberta. A stack of galvanized steel panels, saved years ago from an old barn. About 9 sheets had to be cut into 4 foot lengths – which will be used later for a fence (the client is ...Read More

Millarville Racetrack – Canada Day Jul-01-2017

On Tue, Jul-01-2017, I went to the Millarville Racetrack, to take in the “Canada Day” festivities. Took 6 quick handheld shots – with the Nikon D7000. Finally had some time on Nov-15-2017, to work on these images and make a 180 degree panoramic image, ...Read More

Stock footage – Fishing in Alberta

On Sep-05-2017, I found a great location to produce some stock video footage. We arrived the next day – early morning, before sunrise. Mike Brown was the ‘fly fisherman’. We’re on “Three Point Creek” and about 15 km west of Millarville Alberta. Used my ...Read More

Zoom F8 audio recorder setup

Following image shows a scrap piece of 5/8 inch plywood, which was cut with a jigsaw to 12×13 inches. It will serve as a base for my ‘soundboard. This is in the early stages of building the project. Underneath the Zoom F8 audio recorder ...Read More

Work-truck finally hits the road

It has taken many years, to slowly build up a good collection of tools. Most of the gear was in those Dewalt cases, and all these were stored in my motor-home. It didn’t leave much room. My 1994 GMC Safari mini-van was too small ...Read More

Ursa camera + Nikon 1,600 mm lens combo

Mid February-2016,  I purchased a piece of aluminum, from a metal supply shop in Calgary. It was 1 foot wide, 4 feet long and 1/2 inch thick. Weight was over 28 lbs. After a few days of looking and thinking, I finally had a ...Read More

July 2015 update – Equipment cases

In this next shot – there are 16 cases made by DeWalt. They are stackable, strong and air-tight. Purchased the first one at HomeDepot in Calgary – as a test. All the others came from Amazon (prime with free shipping and cheaper). Plus 2 ...Read More