I heard about Frank Kuiack from a friend who had him as a fishing guide. When I saw a picture of Frank and learned he was the last remaining fishing guide in Algonquin Park, I knew I had to photograph him. Anytime I get the chance to get to know a living legend and photograph them, I jump at the opportunity. I feel a responsibility to photograph these people in fear that others have not. I can't bare the thought of such legends not being recognized for their greatness. I'm excited to say that I've got several legends like Frank appearing in my upcoming book as well as several people who have overcome adversity and gone on to accomplish greatness. The book is scheduled for release in the Fall of 2021. - Wayne Simpson, SIGMA Pro Photographer
Based in the artistic village of Elora, Ontario, Wayne Simpson is a professional photographer who specializes in dramatic portraiture and landscape photography. What began as a side passion while working as a graphic designer in Calgary, Alberta, has now blossomed into the full-time, creative endeavour that is proudly Wayne Simpson Photography.
Kyle is a filmmaker based out of the Muskoka region of Ontario, Canada. He has worked in the industry for over ten years, with the first half of his career spent as a Director of Photography and Lead Editor for two outdoor television shows. After a short hiatus spent traveling North America, Kyle returned home to Ontario with the intention of focusing on his true passion—documentary and non-fiction work.
Shot on the Canon EOS 1DX
Lighting with StrobePro X600II and 135cm Rotalux Octa Modifier
SIGMA 28mm f1.4 DG HSM | Art @ f1.4
SIGMA 40mm f1.4 DG HSM | Art @ f1.4
SIGMA 105mm f1.4 DG HSM | Art @ f1.4
SIGMA CINE LENSES
The following SIGMA lenses were used in the creation of this short film, with additional shots using the SIGMA 20mm T1.5 and 24mm T1.5 CINE lenses.