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I recently took a wander into the dunes at Sandbanks Provincial Park, near my hometown of Picton, Ontario. I was playing with relatively new kit – Canon 5DMK3, 24mm Tilt Shift, a Singh Ray Color Combo polarizer and a couple of Lee ND grads for the skies. I aimed for colour images, but they looked much more interesting converted to B&W. I had read that the CC filter made for better BW conversions, but my completely unscientific results back that up.
Handheld camera and grads.

Sandbanks Provincial Park

Sandbanks Provincial Park

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I was recently back in my hometown of Picton Ontario to help my parents move out of the house we had been in for 50 years. My friend, food stylist Ruth Gangbar, organized a fun little shoot at Vicki’s Veggies, arguably the most well known farm in Prince Edward County. They grow a huge range of vegetables and specialize in heirloom tomatoes. 130 varieties!

So, here are a few shots from that afternoon. All done with the Fuji XT1 and a couple of their prime lenses. I am really liking this little camera, such a nice change from DSLRs.

the county
Vicki’s Veggie, Black River

Ruth Gangbar

Ian Taylor Photography

Black Creek Cat

Vicki’s Veggies, Prince Edward County

Fuji XT1

Fuji XT1

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