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Click for moreMar 9, 2009 - Two for two in 2009

Towards the end of 2008 a project was completed for the Ontario College of Pharmacists. The objective was to assemble a repository of imagery that could be used on the web and in print.

A number of shoots were organized. One included various models and took place at a large pharmacy, another was executed at the Niagara Apothecary (a pharmaceutical museum in Niagara On-the-lake).

The work itself was rewarding. What's even more rewarding is to see the photos being used for their intended purpose.

I'm proud to see my work on the cover of OCP's two latest issues of 'Pharmacy Connection', and pleased to know that the OCP has a large set of images to use in the future.

If you or your organization need imagery for your web site or printed media, or if you have other photographic requirements, please contact ASIC Photo and let us help you achieve your goals.

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Click for moreOct 30, 2008 - Exploring pharmaceutical history

Recently I had the good fortune of shooting stock photos at the Niagara Apothecary, a heritage site that was operated as an actual pharmacy in the early 1800's.

With the constant progress we see in pharmaceuticals and health care, it's fascinating to look back at how things once were. It was incredible to see all the remedies that were once used to cure ailments.

The site itself has been meticulously restored. Located in Niagara On-the-Lake, Ontario, the museum is open to visitors during the summer months.

To learn more about the Niagara Apothecary, visit their informative site.

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Click for moreSep 24, 2008 - Studio lighting on glass objects

The fall harvest consisted of a sole Rainbow Sorbet Rose.

The rose shooting involved a glass base, coloured vase, and a trio of light sources to highlight different features in the shot.

Additional shooting was done using a combination of underlighting and snoot, allowing various glass objects to be captured without any bright reflection hotspots while still bringing out all details.

To view the results see the Intricacy shots here.

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