Nature in MotionTaken with the Nikon D600, this time-lapse depicts our rapidly changing environment.
During my extra time in Kirkfield, Ontario this summer I decided to start experimenting with time-lapse photography using the Nikon D600.
Commencing this challenge meant a lot of experimentation, late nights and really, really early mornings running into Black Bears and Coyotes along the way to retrieve the camera.
It always amazes me, the amount of wilderness we live in and their presence tells me that we are intruding on their domain, especially these creatures that own the dark mysterious night.
It's been an amazing summer shooting for Camp Kirk in Orillia, Ontario Canada. I'm so happy to have had the opportunity to live and work with some very passionate people, and I've met so many inspiring kids over the last few months. What I have learned is: Kids at Camp Kirk (and everywhere in the world) don't have disabilities, they have abilities and can reach beyond any challenge presented to them, giving them the opportunity and encouragement to shine.
And wow, did they shine! Over 20,000 photos and 600 video clips were captured, putting the Nikon D600 through it's paces.
The children's beautiful faces, spirit and determination have inspired me to push my limits as a human and photographer.
I don't usually get feedback but I'd like to share some comments:
The pictures of my children truly capture who they are. I want to thank u for this as it is sometimes hard with day to day struggles, but u gave me a look at what I know is there. Thank you!!!!
The pictures on your website are amazing!!! Wow! Terry, you are very talented. I've enjoyed all of the pictures and videos you've posted for Camp Kirk. Angie still talks about you.
The photos you took of my daughter were breathtaking. You're an amazing photographer. I've been to your website and all I can say is WOW!!!!!! P.S Susie really enjoyed her time with you so a BIG THANK YOU!!!!!
Amazing contribution - the photographs of my daughter at camp are breathtaking.....thank you.
It's been a tough gig (and I loved every second of it), now bring on a hot shower!
Looking forward to what the future may bring in the world of photography.