Tag Archives: Green

Red or Gray?

I thought I might as well continue with the nighttime urban theme I’ve had going for my past two images since I’ve been having so much fun processing them. These two different coloured doors into this old brick building caught my attention…mostly because it reminded me of the classic red pill/blue pill question asked of […]

A River Runs Through It

For some reason that’s the only title I could come up with for this shot, and I guess it does make sense. This image has actually been sitting in my Lightroom catalogue as a ‘Finished HDR’ for quite a number of weeks. I’ve been unsure about whether or not I’m happy enough with this shot […]

Centenary Park Bridge

A couple nights ago I ventured down to Centenary park to attempt some sunset/blue hour shots of the Calgary skyline. I knew the exact spot I wanted to shoot from because I had been there a few years ago with my dad’s old Canon FT-b and his trusty old 50mm f/1.8 manual focus lens. This […]

That’s Some Pine Bokeh!

I know…the title is brutal, and I’m not even sure if this is a pine or spruce tree. Oh well, a bad pun never hurt anybody 🙂 This shot is a bit of a departure from the norm for me…it’s not HDR and it was not shot with my super wide angle lens. For a […]

Clouds and Bales

Living on the prairies lends itself to some pretty good photography opportunities, and sometimes I think I take my proximity to wide open farmland for granted. If I hit the road and drive for 30 minutes south, east, or west of where I live I quickly find myself surrounded by soft rolling hills and patchwork […]