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Rock Into The Future



Rock Into The Future


Hey There,


With all the mayhem in the media about the corona virus I wanted to share a photo and a message with all of you. Together, with compassion and good will to our fellow human beings, we shall overcome this pandemic and “Rock Into The Future” stronger than ever!!


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Mixed Feelings Leggings

Created from my original abstract painting ” Mixed Feelings” is the latest edition to my art leggings collection. See this design and dozens of other original works of Art at my online store. Now through Valentine’s Day take 10% off your order when using this coupon code QZEHEZONJYKJ

Your body is a work of Art, dress it accordingly!

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Mixed Feelings Leggings


Go from yoga to dinner in our body hugging printed leggings! Compression fit performance fabric milled in Montreal. Made to last, this fabric won’t lose shape and the vibrant print will never fade.

• Made from 88% polyester, 12% spandex performance knit fabric manufactured in Canada
• The performance fabric features EcoPoly fiber, this fiber is eco-friendly since it requires significantly less energy and water during manufacturing than conventional polyester
• Every pair of leggings is printed and sewn by hand in Montreal, Canada
• Signature performance fabric is made by a local Montreal mill
• Compression fit, our leggings hug in all the right places and suit all body types
• Vivid print that will never fade after washing, this ultra-stretch fabric holds shape even after multiple wearings
• Thick elastic waistband cover stitched in place, elastic will rise just under the belly button for most people
• Ankle hems are also cover stitched to maintain the stretch of the fabric
• Easy care, machine wash in cold water with a phosphate-free detergent, machine dry on medium to high heat, do not bleach
• Fabric will dry quickly so you can wear your leggings again soon

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Driftwood Swirls

Fine Art Photography by Todd Breitling




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Peeling Paint

Fine Art Photography by Todd Breitling




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Thousands of Voices

Fine Art Photography by Todd Breitling




10 Ways to Ensure You Do Not Miss a Photo Opportunity

When you are out taking pictures how often do one of the following happen to you? The photo accompanying this article is a good example of being prepared and leads to my best advice: ALWAYS CARRY A CAMERA. Having said that, here are 10 other tips for you:    


1. Leaving the lens cap on the camera.This may sound like common sense, however, you would be surprised how often it happens(myself included).

2. Make sure you have quick access to your camera. Keep a 35 mm camera on  a strap around your neck. Keep your point and shoot camera in your hands.

3. Stay Alert! Try and keep yourself trained to constantly scan your surroundings. Change the direction you are looking every few minutes. That way you are able to monitor your surroundings more acutely and are able to predict what may or may not happen next.

4. Make sure your battery is fully charged. Carry a charged backup as well. Keep in mind batteries can be affected by the temperature of your environment.

5. Clean the front and rear of your lenses after each photo expedition to reduce the chance of dust accumulating.

 6. Be certain that you have enough storage capacity on your memory cards.

7. Keep your camera ON! You would be surprised how quickly a photo opportunity presents itself! 

8. Preset your camera to the settings you require for your environment. For example, depending on your surroundings, you may want to keep your camera on AUTO FOCUS.

 9. Do not constantly look at your LCD screen to examine each image. Do a quick check after the 1st image is taken to make sure the settings are correct for your environment.

10. Scout out your location in advance. For example, if you are shooting a sporting event and are using a tripod, make sure you have positioned yourself and your tripod in the proper location to maximize your shooting potential. 


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