The Canadian Loon

An Enthusiast Photographer

Aerial Photography Bermuda

The other day I posted some early pictures from my flight over the island - I finished going through them with some light processing and when I was done I realized that uploading all the photos to the blog would... Continue Reading →

We’re Going To Need a Bigger Lens

To somewhat quote the famous line by Martin Brody in Jaws about needing a bigger boat.   Well today I needed a bigger lens 🙂 But I'm sure every photographer has been down this road because no matter how big of... Continue Reading →

East End Bermuda (Being a Tourist)

I have to admit that thus far I haven't been putting my artistic camera foot forward, mostly my tourist eye 🙂   I have a friend with me here on the island so I am actually playing tourist guide and... Continue Reading →

Back in Bermuda

Hello everyone, back at my 2nd home 🙂    Busy trip this time around as I have a friend visiting with me so I'm playing tour guide AND I'm here for the Americas Cup racing so I'm on the move... Continue Reading →

Downtown Ottawa

Winter has continued to fight spring off.  Two more snowstorms in as many weeks but today we found ourselves with a beautiful sunny day of 10c.  Although given how people were dressed you'd think it was much warmer.  Just a... Continue Reading →

Spring is slowly coming!

FINALLY!  I have had my X100F for over a month and today the stars finally aligned; It's a lovely day outside, It's not stupid cold (unless you call -8c windchill stupid cold), and I'm not at work. Quick, get the... Continue Reading →

The Other Canadian Loon

Turns out there is another Canadian Loon out there.  He setup a blog over here: .   The nerve of this person! Heck, everyone knows I wear a red coat, not blue. Seems he likes to use that site... Continue Reading →

A Night at the Museum – Now in Colour!

Today, Adobe FINALLY released raw support for the new X100F and I can look at the colour versions of the images from the museum.   I am super impressed!   All images are Provia (I meant to do classic chrome... Continue Reading →

A Night in the Museum

Last evening I had the opportunity to attend a private social event at the Canadian National War Museum inside the Lebreton Gallery.  This gallery hosts a very vast collection of tanks, jeeps, guns and vehicles from throughout Canada's military history.... Continue Reading →

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