I had an opportunity yesterday to capture some memories of a home that has apparently been vacant since 1973. It is so interesting to just think about the fact that at one point, this would have been a vibrant home filled with smiles and laughter. An intriguing piece of history.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Monday, May 30, 2011
The Hasselblad was my first professional camera after graduating college with my photography diploma in 1990. Worth a small fortune, however I was fortunate enough to begin working for another photographer and worked it off over some time. It was a totally manual camera, with the special “speed wind dial” – WOW – how much camera’s have changed in 20+ years! You can now pick up the latest Hasselblad camera boasting 200 – yes – Two Hundred megapixels…for a mere $45,000 – now shipping
Hasselblad's H4D-200MS is yet another upgrade to its H4D camera line that we want badly, but wouldn't have a need -- or a budget -- for. This latest piece of kit is nearly identical to the 50 megapixel H4D-50MS externally, but internally adds an astonishing 150 more megapixels to the mix -- yes, that's an astounding 200 megapixels! Don't feel forgotten just yet if you have the older model, though, as Hasselblad can upgrade your sensor for €7,000 (roughly $10,000) -- a great deal considering the full kit costs €32,000 (about $45,000). With that said, we should note that details are null on the medium-format sensor's native resolution -- similar to the multi-shot feature on the 50MS, the new 200MS combines six shots to create ridiculously detailed 200 megapixel still images, and it handles less intensive photos with a four-shot 50 megapixel still mode. Should you dare to venture outside the studio, there's a 50 megapixel single-shot live mode for quick shots as well. Excuse us while we wrap our heads around the sheer number of pixels; you'll find more info after the break in the meantime.
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Friday, May 27, 2011
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Canon’s latest consumer dslr with video camera – the T3i. This series of cameras by Canon as been rapidly changing and making it hard for the consumer to keep up with. So what are the differences between the latest T3i and it’s predecessor the T2i? Find out in the video below by Michael Andrew, and for more information and details on this and other Canon and Adobe related products, check out the online store.
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
It’s always fun to see photographers making fun of our industry. Matt & Katie do a great job in this fun little video – Enjoy!
Monday, May 23, 2011
I found this short video of a volunteer firefighter who shares one of is experiences with a crowd and encourages us all to “save the shoes”. Thank you to our volunteer firefighters, for your 24/7 on call service. Looking forward to catching the action at this year’s Training Day - To see the images from the 2010 event of local Fire Fighters, Follow the attached link. http://capturedinnocencephotography.blogspot.com/2010/04/training-day.html
Saturday, May 21, 2011
Friday, May 20, 2011
Monday, May 16, 2011
Sunday, May 15, 2011
This summer gas prices are expected to hit $1.50 a litre! Everyone is looking for options on how to conserve and get the best mileage out of their vehicles. The worst part is…we have an amazing company right here in Canada that makes electric vehicles – vehicles that are produced and exported all over the world, but…they are not legal in Canada. I figure Rick Mercer is the best one to give you more details, so enjoy the clip
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Monday, May 09, 2011
Saturday, May 07, 2011
Friday, May 06, 2011
One very proud Mommy stopped in for her little man’s first photo shoot. He was such a great little model as he wiggled and cooed for us. Thank you for the opportunity to catch some of these early memories with Morgan Rebecca!
Thursday, May 05, 2011
Wednesday, May 04, 2011
Recently we had the privilege of being able to attend the re-enactment of The Battle Of Longwoods at the Longwoods Conservation Area west of Deleware, Ontario. This was an incredible experience filled with details and the excitement of hands on learning. Thank you to Glenn Stott for spreading the word and letting us know about the event.
And for the many photographers at the event – if you have a great image you would like to share, please send it to myself at Heather@capturedinnocence.ca , or the address below with your information to be sure you are credited for your image as they may be used in future publications.
Below is an excerpt from the event, please feel free to contact the Royal Scots at
Your King and Country need you!
Rather than needing the ability to march twenty miles a day our recruits need a sense of humour, a love of history and a desire to bring it alive.
The bicentennial for the War of 1812 and the Napoleonic War is approaching. If you have an interest in history, camping, Canadianna, forts etc., NOW is the time to join to be ready.
To become a member of an elite company of light troops in the
Take part in the 200th anniversaries of
Queenston Heights Lundy’s Lane Battle of the Thames
Ft Niagara Ft Erie Stoney Creek Chrysler’s Farm
And the Battle of Waterloo in Belgium 2015!
Tuesday, May 03, 2011
With so much devastation in our world today, the events over the last few days have been a good change…the royal wedding, followed by the bin laden event, and finally the Canadian Elections Results! Canada now has a Conservative Majority Government, with and NDP Minority. “Stephen Harper's Conservatives, win their first majority, defeating Jack Layton's NDP. NDP passes Liberals as the official opposition, with the largest representation from Quebec; NDP previously had little presence in Quebec. Liberals fall to their lowest seat count in history, party leader Michael Ignatieff loses own seat. BQ support evaporates to the NDP; BQ left with only a rump of 4 seats in Quebec, party leader Gilles Duceppe loses own seat. Green Party leader Elizabeth May wins its first ever seat.”
I was really proud of those in the Arkona area – What a Great representation we had! Here is a recap of our local results: