Tag Archives: Landscape

Cracking Up

I debated over what image to post today, but in the end, this shot from the badlands in Drumheller won out. This valley in southern Alberta contains the most alien landscape in the province as far as I’m concerned. Huge cracked mounds of sedimentary rock litter the valley, showcasing the various layers of rock and […]

onOne Takes On

Last week I had the honour of having one of my unprocessed images be part of a new series of webinars put on by Brian Matiash of onOne Software. The series is called onOne Takes On and is all about exploring individual vision when processing images. I won’t go into great detail describing the webinar, […]

The Badlands

Man, the weeks are just whizzing by these days…I can’t believe it’s already time for another edition of #FilmFriday! This week is extra special because I have the distinct pleasure of introducing a new partner in Film Friday crime, Jesse Pafundi. Jesse is an amazing photographer and an even better friend. I’ve come to know […]

Gone Fishin’

I’m not a fisherman, but I can definitely see the appeal of it. People always look so at peace when fishing, like nothing else in the world matters at that moment. I guess it’s kinda like how I feel when I’m off on my own shooting…completely absorbed in the moment and the craft, just enjoying […]

Evening Reflections

Another shot from Emerald Lake today. I spent a good amount of time taking photos on the far shore that you can see in the frame below, but from the moment we walked past this dock when we arrived, I knew I had to incorporate it into a composition. It was almost time for us […]