Featured in The Highlander News

How exciting to come across and see The Highlander News, featuring one of Nick Shearman’s photos of Karen Koehler skijoring (cross-country skiing whiler her dogs pulled her) during the Haliburton Sled Dog Derby. “Koehler’s dogs, Oodle and Bundle, are German short-haired pointers that come from Norway, where some think the sport of skijoring, or “ski driving”, originates.” – Sue Tiffin, Staff Writer.

my photo being featured in The Highlander News

Photo submitted by Nick Shearman
Karen Koehler has her eyes on the 2015 Skijoring World Championships in Germany.

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Viewbug Awards

Proud to announce my standings on Viewbug, receiving the following Awards: 5145 awards, of which 22 Featured Awards, 4.3K Peer Awards, and 741 Top Class Awards

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viewbug awards Nick Shearman

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Winner in Best Deer Photo Photo Challenge 2016Won Member Selection Award 2016Winner in Birds Showing Any Type of Emotions 2016Won Contest Finalist in Shooting Events Photo Contest 2017Won Contest Finalist in The Food Chain Photo Contest 2016Won People's Choice in Close Up Street Portraiture Photo ChallengeWinner in Chipmunk in nature Photo Challenge 2017Won Contest Finalist in Pets In Action Great Crested Flycatcher with preyRed fox kitRoseate SpoonbillArctic wolves West Caucasian Turendangered Indian RhinoAustralian Cattle Dog pupsArctic Wolf in SnowstormWon Featured - Eagle EyeContest Finalist - Red Breasted NuthatchWon Featured - White LionWon Contest FinalistWinner in Birds Showing Any Type of EmotionsWon Selection Award 2016Winner in Best Deer Photo Pin It

Canadian Geographic Photo Club Contest

Canadian Geographic Contest Pets In Motion


Your Pets In Focus Photo Contest held by the Canadian Geographic Magazine, 6 of our photos are listed in “Pets In Motion”, come out and vote – Search for Nick Shearman and vote by adding a comment via Facebook.

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A Time Gone By…

Photo of BarnsThese photos were taken near the end of January 2013, on the Queensville side road in Holland landing

I had my eye on this ruined shack for several years believing it could make a great subject to photograph, I had just installed Nik HDR software in my computer and had no idea how to make the most of it. At a very recent meeting of the Newmarket camera club there was a short instruction given on HDR techniques and I put this to use experimenting with different filters in the software using my images of this ruined shack.

I think the image is unique in the fact that the shack is broken down with the centre of the roof collapsed inward giving the image two points of focus, the curve leading you from one to the other,the one end is overgrown with vegetation and the left point has a dusting of snow on the remaining slates on the roof. The extensive amount of growth around the back and ends of the shack gives the sense of a dying human presence and a creeping sensation that nature is gaining control again. I think that this was an awesome subject to experiment with HDR and I am excited to scout for more subjects that could lend itself to this style of photography.

This image was taken with a Canon 7D, a 24-70mm f2.8 Canon lens, shutter for correct exposure was 1/20, f14, in evaultive metering mode, the low and high exposures were set at at 2 stops low and 2 stops high.

I used Nik software HDR Efex Pro to develop the special effects, Define noise reduction and lightroom 4.

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Greetings world!

I’m new to all this technology, but soon will get a handle on it. In the meantime, feel free to take a look at some of my pieces of work. I would be happy to discuss any of my images with you, and if you are interested in purchasing, please contact me. Click on any of the images to see a close up of the image.

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