Tag Archives: Colour

Hellmouth

One of the great things about shooting with a group of other photographers is the sharing of knowledge and ideas. New techniques that you may not have tried before come to light and subjects you may not have photographed otherwise make their way onto your memory card. One of the downsides of shooting with a […]

Curvature

My previous visit to the Salton Sea area yielded a ridiculous amount of images – none of which contained any clouds. I spent the better part of three days shooting in and around the salt-lake, and the entire time there wasn’t a cloud in sight – ridiculous. Thankfully, for my second visit a couple of […]

Sunset Clouds

Sometimes you just get lucky. The clouds during the sunset over Lake Minnewanka were just amazing – and sometimes you have to allow those clouds to be the main subject of your frame. Equipment: – Canon EOS 5D Mark II – Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L – B+W 77mm 10 stop ND Filter

Mountain on Fire

Back to Quarry Lake in Canmore for my post today. While not a shot of the actual lake, this was the view off in the distance that I was treated with as the sun started to peek over the horizon. The glow on those mountains was out of this world – seeing colour like that […]

Be There

Yesterday I treated myself to an all day, sunrise to sunset shoot in the Rocky Mountains. I feel like I neglected the amazing scenery I live so close to again this summer, so I thought one last day in the mountains before it starts getting really cold was necessary. I didn’t really have any set […]