Tag Archives: onOne PhotoTools

Prairie Winter

Today is another shot from the archives…this one from a very cold February day last year. This was the very first time I went out shooting with the intention of capturing brackets for HDR processing. Is it ironic that I decided to process this as a single black and white frame with a bunch of […]

Green Beer

Last night I decided to take a look through my photo archives to see if I could find anything worth a second look. I’ve said this before, but I think this is a valuable exercise as it not only allows you to see the progression you’ve made behind the camera, but also allows you to […]

If You Build It? – Score Shack

Today, another installment of my ‘If You Build It?’ series from the abandoned baseball diamond in Seebe, Alberta. You can find the other images in the series here, here, and here. I’m not entirely sure what the purpose of this little shack used to be, but I’m guessing it may have been where the scorekeeper […]

The Warmth

Do you ever get to a location to take some shots, and find one element in the landscape that you just can’t get enough of? For me, that element was this broken down pier. Conveniently enough, this pier was located right smack dab in the middle of the beach where we were honeymooning in Mexico, […]

Hard Wired

Today’s shot is another from my trip to the abandoned gas station just outside Seebe, Alberta. These wires sticking out of the floor were almost right in the center of the room, so I have no idea what might have been attached to them when the station was fully functional. I do know that they […]