Thursday, November 25, 2010

Special Guest at Book Signing: Roy Ramsay

Roy Ramsay, editor of Outdoor Photography Canada Magazine, will be on hand at the Decisive Moments book signing to mingle and chat about outdoor photography. OPC is Canada's leading photography magazine and meeting Roy in person can definitely do no harm to the career of Canada's up-and-coming photographers!

Roy will only be attending the Saturday (4th of December) event, so clear your schedule to get a chance to chat candidly with this Canadian publication maverick!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Decisive Moments Book Signing!‏

Hello everyone,

The time has finally come for my new book to make its way into the world! To accommodate everyone's busy schedule at this time of the year, we will be hosting two signing events on consecutive evenings.

We invite you to join Scott and Stephanie on whichever evening suits you. You can expect good food and good conversation with folks sharing mutual interest in the arts, photography and nature. Feel free to extend this invitation to anyone else that you feel might be interested.

Signing Events Time/Place

December 3rd and 4th (Friday and Saturday)
Le Bouquin D'Occasion
233 D'Anjou
Chateauguay, Quebec

Hope to see you there!

Scott Linstead

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Popular Photography Magazine review Decisive Moments

Senior editor of Popular Photography Magazine, Peter Kolonia has reviewed Decisive Moments.

Monday, November 15, 2010

2011 Phototrap Workshops

The 2011 workshop schedule is up!

Here are some images taken by Scott as well as former clients.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Kari Post Reviews my book; now available at!

Kari Post wrote a flattering review of Decisive Moments to coincide with the book's availability for purchase on the premiere nature photography website Her insights on what distinguishes Decisive Moments conceptually from countless other photography books are clear and accurate.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Cardinal Jumping Spider

Here's another, tinier spider in a similar jump pose as the last one. When this juvenile spider molted, it went from a drab brown to these spectacular colors. It is common to not really know exactly what the species is until it has molted closer to its adult coloration and markings.


Saturday, November 6, 2010

Apache Jumping Spider

Apache Jumping Spider: A relatively easy shot. The really good jumper images are reserved for the pages of the book....

Monday, November 1, 2010

Neil Losin Reviews My Book!

Neil Losin, PhD candidate at UCLA, photographer, filmaker and all-around talented dude, wrote a glowing review of my book Decisive Moments.