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Hello Moto!

Posted September 24, 2009 by FastTimes

Last winter I decided to make an effort to broaden my action sports portfolio.  It currently consists primarily of mountain biking images.  I have shot a bunch of other stuff but find, no matter what I do, it always comes back to bikes.  “Just when I thought that I was out they PULL me back […]

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Shooting The Ontario Cup XC At Albion Hills

Posted May 10, 2010 by FastTimes

Even though I primarily shoot DH and DJ, my roots are in XC.  More trail riding really, but I like the idea of earning my descents. You’d be hard pressed to find an epic DH in Ontario but I ride a pile of epic trail all summer long. Today was the second installment of the […]

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New Fashion Book

Posted February 3, 2009 by FastTimes

I am working on my new fashion book for 2009.  So far it’s coming together well and I hope it will be well received. I decided to go with a Pina Zangaro Screwpost portfolio cover.  They have a great selection of books that I like.  I have one of their Machina Screwpost books but decided […]

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Nikon D4 Review for Sports Photography

Posted April 28, 2012 by FastTimes

The long awaited Nikon D4 is finally here.  I couldn’t find an image of Nikonians rejoicing but trust me, we are.  After much speculation, the new body hit showroom floors in late March this year.  Rumors surrounding the body hypothesized that it was going to be what we now know is closer to the Nikon […]

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Ski/Snowboard

Photo Report from 2012 LG Snowboard FIS World Cup at Blue Mountain

Posted February 11, 2012 by FastTimes

I’m a tad behind the 8 ball getting this report up.  It’s been a crazy couple of weeks shooting, ingesting images and planning for upcoming events.  I am usually pretty good at getting these photo reports up in a timely fashion but they take a backseat to circulating images and are the final step in […]

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