Vibrant colors at Frontenac Provincial Park

A rising sun back lights the vibrant fall colors and mist on the water.

Photo by Justin Fabian – Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Commons

If I lived in Kingston, Ontario, I think I would find it very difficult not to go up to Frontenac Provincial Park every weekend. One of the many places in Ontario with breathtaking fall colours.

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Running in Toronto

The Beaches

A x-country race in the Beaches; Toronto, Ontario

A Photographer’s Fridge – circa Pre Digital

For all those digital shooters out there; this is what a photographer’s fridge used to look like.  Maybe a little more beer.

Sad to see the price of Fuji film going up 20% this month, but at least I am well stocked up.

The Amazing Ride With Lance

Over the past three years Lance Armstrong and the Ride With Lance has come to the Kitchener-Waterloo region and raised over $3,000,000 for the Grand River Regional Cancer Center.  As a thank-you to Lance, I was commissioned to create a print commemorating the ride.  This turned out to be a fun opportunity to do something special and show the passion for cycling and some of the iconic scenery in the Waterloo region.

Presenting print to Lance Armstrong

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New website design

Well it was a long birthing process, but we finally went live with the new web design of Justin Fabian Fine Art Photography today.  

Last year I made the decision to revamp the design of the website, so that the panoramic images could have a cleaner presentation. After reviewing many options I decided to go with Livebooks for the design and hosting of the site.  I am pleased to say that the experience was very positive and I am extremely happy with the results.

One of the key deciding factors for going with Livebooks, was the fact that they had a great edit suite that would allow me to maintain and easily make changes to my portfolio.  They also take care of maintaining compatibility issues with all browsers, which can be a big hassle.

There are still a few things to be implemented over the next several months, but no point waiting for perfection.  If you do, then nothing will ever get accomplished