Tuesday, November 10, 2009
On Saturday I was assigned to shoot the semi-final university football game at Richardson Stadium. Queen's was playing the McMaster Marauders, Queen's won the game, and go on to play in the final game this coming Saturday. I will have photos of this game as well, so keep your eyes open. I was assigned to cover the game by the Hamilton Spectator, they wanted photos of McMaster; I found it difficult to get photos of McMaster players accomplishing anything on the field. Queen's was just too good!
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
There is always something going on at the Invista Centre that has photographic potential. I went in to the arena on a Sunday afternoon and found the Kingston Junior Frontenacs playing the South Central Coyotes. Kingston ended up loosing the game, but they gave a good effort.
For the second year documentary class, we had to find five subject with something in common. I found a group of runners who go out every Monday night in Kingston. After their runs they meet back up at the Kingston Brewing Company for pints and nachos. With a strong turn out, the Running Dragons is becoming a popular Monday night event. Here are some photos from the shoot.
Sunday, May 17, 2009
After school ended, for most like me, a full time job started. After not posting for quite some time, I decided to post some photos that were shot with some friends at night in Kingston. It was just us playing around with various lighting arrangements, and it turned out to be a lot of fun.
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
For my multiple picture story photo assignment, I made my way out to Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area. The old tradition that is the sugar shack has not died in Kingston, Ontario yet. Not only does a visitor to the sugar shack get to take a look at how maple syrup is made in this day and age, they get a glimpse of maple syrup's past. They can also get a pancake or two to enjoy outside the lodge at the sugar shack. Visiting the sugar shack is a tradition that many families from Kingston and the surrounding area do on an annual basis. This is Little Cat Creek's busiest year to date, selling anywhere from 1,000 to 1,600 pancakes a day during the weekend. It has been a good year for the staff and volunteers at the conservation area. The staff was very friendly and welcoming, and everyone who was at the sugar shack was great to work with. During my visit, they treated me like a welcome guest.