Double Exposure Blog

A Beautiful Homecoming

What could be so captivating that would cause two old retired guys to revisit a scene with their cameras, over and over?

sunset with pink skies at Texada Island

Blissed in Texada

A week of summer on beautiful Texada Island, British Columbia has a plethora of photographic subjects to keep me and my camera busy.


Ten photographers who attended Develop Your Creative Vision, a 7-day photographic workshop, are transformed by their learning and find new directions for their photography.

rocky shoreline lake tahoe

The Road to Nevada

A few landscape photos from the drive from Vancouver to Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

Portrait Stories

Portrait stories from the kitchen, garage and the local hospital. Interesting people, interesting stories.

teacher of aboriginal culture

Respect Your Elders

The honour of photographing the elders of the Kwantlen First Nation in Fort Langley provided a life lesson in the meaning of Respect Your Elders.

reflection of building in windows.

Twelve from 2017

Selecting one's favourite photos from a year of photography and going through about 25000 photos is no easy task but come clear criteria sure helps.

water droplets on twig

Natural Light Show

A rare combination of winter weather conditions in the Vancouver area created some wonderful light for my camera to discover.

Christmas Traditions

Decorating your own gingerbread houses is a special tradition for this family but a lot of behind-the-scenes, loving preparation has to happen first.

man plays flute

Serenading the Birds

On a quick trip to the Comox Camera Club recently, I was so thankful to have two opportunities for some portrait photography. One was with Mick Maxted.

Two bears nuzzle.

Super, Natural Vancouver Island

There's no need to travel around the world when we have such beauty right here at home. A visit to Vancouver Island is good for the soul.

Ukulele Hot Springs!

When I got a call to photograph a weekend ukulele seminar in Harrison Hot Springs, I couldn't wait! I was looking forward to visiting a beautiful location and working with eager students while enjoying their music. On top of that, here was a photography assignment where I could bring my wife along.