Tag Archives: Contrast

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

Prairie Vibrance

In keeping with the panorama theme from Friday, I figured I’d share this shot from my home province of Alberta. Now, this isn’t a panorama in the truest sense – it’s just a wide aspect crop of a single frame. The original included much more of the fresh, black pavement and I felt it ate […]

Crag

Contrasting light can be a great compositional tool.

Panoramic

Okay, so this image isn’t a true panorama, it’s just cropped that way…sorry to get your hopes up. The image title actually comes from one of the songs on the Book of Eli soundtrack which I was listening to while editing this shot. It’s an epic soundtrack and I find myself listening to it at […]

Bricks of Sand and Glass

I spent a good deal of time this past weekend snooping around an old alley in downtown Calgary trying to get some good grungy/texture rich brackets. The alley is full of old sandstone and brick, some of which still shows the faded paint signs of businesses past. It was a great place to shoot, and […]