Tag Archives: Green

Coastline

Prior to going to Maui, my wife bought me a helicopter tour of the island for my birthday. Probably one of the coolest gifts I’ve ever been given. I’ll tell you one thing: it’s much harder to shoot out of a cramped helicopter than you would think. Not only were quarters close, but the curved […]

Lead the Way

One of the stops I made on the way home from Golden, BC this past weekend was at Wapta Falls. From the parking area, it’s about a 3km hike to get to the very impressive falls, and on the way back to my car I decided to slap on the 50mm, set it to f/1.4 […]

Ribcage

Another simple architectural composition today. These interesting design elements are in the brand new Eighth Avenue Place building in downtown Calgary. Between each elevator bank, these rib-like structures stretch from just overhead all the way to the ceiling meters above. I’m not sure if they’re actually functional, but they do kind of look like they […]

Moss

I don’t shoot these kind of details very often…mostly because I don’t have a lens with macro capabilities, but it’s fun to give it a try every now and then. I find having a lens with a very wide aperture helps out with shots like these as the selective focus and razor thin depth of […]