Tag Archives: Canon TS-E 17mm f/4.0L

Jamieson Stairs

Last night I decided to back through the shots I took during my brief time with the Canon 17mm tilt/shift lens. Most of the good shots I’ve already shared, but I did come across this shot of a stairway in the Jamieson Place building that I hadn’t shared yet. I really think the lens tilt […]

If You Build It? – Cold Storage

Today, another in the ‘If You Build It?’ series from the abandoned baseball diamond in Seebe, Alberta. I initially saw this fridge/freezer from the back while I was taking a few shots inside the old snack shack, but when I walked outside and looked back in through this window, I knew I had a winner. […]

Hard Wired

Today’s shot is another from my trip to the abandoned gas station just outside Seebe, Alberta. These wires sticking out of the floor were almost right in the center of the room, so I have no idea what might have been attached to them when the station was fully functional. I do know that they […]

It’s Electric

This will be my last post before I leave tomorrow for a couple of weeks to get married. Wish me luck! After looking through the brackets from my shoot in Seebe last month, this was one of the shots I loved instantly, and I knew I wanted to save it for a while. I decided […]

If You Build It? – Riding the Pine

Here is the third instalment in my ‘If You Build It?’ series. For this shot I opted to get nice and low and quite close to the end of this broken bench to really make the cracked board the focal point of the image. I also took advantage of the tilt functionality of the TS-E […]