I brought out my long lens in the hopes of capturing some of the birds that visit my backyard. I got more than I had hoped.
First, this little sparrow came hopping over to me before realizing it was getting a little too close but I was able to snap a pic before it flew off.
Robin with Worm
Then this robin got himself a large worm to feed the family. Although this photo on the fence is a great angle I much prefer the photo below.
Robin 2 with Worm
The robin in the cherry tree is in a more natural environment. Not bad for backyard photos of the local birds.
The RCYC was launching a new event for winter. An “Oyster and Martini” night. So I was happy when they asked me to do some photos of oysters for the marketing of the event. Here’s my favourite shot from the day.
Chef Rory White asked me to help out on a small food shoot for an upcoming event. He was preparing a veal dish and my goal was to shoot some nice angles to showcase his work.
Are you hungry yet?
My regular day job at the Royal Canadian Yacht Club gives me the opportunity to do some different types of photography. One of them being food. I love food – eating it and photographing it. I just wish I could cook so I could spend more time doing both.
Today I’m relying on the chefs to bring out a couple of their new menu items. First up was a duck dish that I must say was quite yummy (I got a chance to taste test after the shoot was over).
Second was a Shrimp Po’boy served with a side salad.
I think the members here at the club will definitely enjoy both these dishes. I know I did. 😉