Scott Johnson

Scott Johnson (Photo courtesy of Scott Johnson)

Inspired by both my mother's vision and my father's technical and photographic aptitude, when they passed away I was motivated to share the charm of Vancouver Island with others through my photography. As I developed my own personal style, I quickly came to realize the limitations of modern SLR photography and spent a year studying High Dynamic Range (HDR) processing techniques. These techniques allow the finer details to be seen that would otherwise be lost in the shadows. The result is an image that best reflects exactly what I see when taking the picture.

We are located in the scenic Cowichan Valley, and are actively involved in both our local and artistic communities. We are proud to work together with various individuals and organizations to bring awareness to many relevant issues. We are a regular contributing author to LightStalking, a prominent on-line publication, and have been featured in Shutterbug magazine, in addition to hosting a popular photoblog. We focus on local architecture, land and seascapes, historical sites and artifacts, and various other sorts of sundries uniquely Vancouver Island.

Find more of Scott's work at Toad Hollow Photography.