Aubrey Chernick has been interested in photography for many years. While he was attending the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, he earned money as a part time photographer. Using a Pentax camera with screw mounted lenses, he would take portraits of families and their children. He then moved on to the Nikon camera line and really enjoyed the speed and ease of use with bayonet mounted lenses.
If you have travelled to Paris, you probably have seen the iconic landmark – the Arc De Triomphe. But have you really look at the very top of the structure to examine the rich figures? In these pics, I used a Canon 1DS Mark IV with a 28-300mm lens. I took many individual horizontal images of the top of the Arc De Triomphe and then stitched them together in photoshop.