At the start of the year, I met a talented and resourceful photographer named Sean Snow. At the time he was a student in his final year at the Nova Scotia Community College photography program and eager to start working outside of the school's constraints. Luckily, NSCC has an internship program, so Sean and I have spent a fair amount of time together in studio or on location, always on business or for portfolio work.
This weekend we decided to just hang out. Go find something cool and shoot. I've been a bit down-trodden lately and needed some fresh air and a recharge, and to do something cool with the camera that's simply fun.
We found some really cool light at a gorgeous location in Lawrencetown and started making some images. It was refreshing to just get outside, and I had packed fairly light with a Fuji X100T and the Hasselblad.
After sundown we found a dock and started to play with some longer exposures. And then fire. We had all the stuff to do it so why not?
For a Saturday out and exploring it was a pretty good time. All of the images above are Fuji files, straight out of camera JPG's, with the exception of the two steel wool fire spinning shots. The white balance on those got a little funky and needed correcting in post.