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Power Trip

So far I’ve shared a few wide shots from my brief time at the abandoned gas station near Seebe, Alberta, so I figured it was time to get down to some of the grungy little details I found there. This appears to be some sort of old breaker panel, although I don’t claim to know […]

Framed

Finding a foreground element to use as a frame for the rest of an image is a cool way to add some extra interest to a scene. When I found this lone tree sitting behind a barbed wire fence, I knew immediately that I wanted to compose a shot like this. Finding that exact spot […]

Git Yer Lussier On!

Okay, I don’t claim to be able to capture stairs the way the master does, but a guy can dream right? This photo was 100% inspired by my pal Bob Lussier (a.k.a. the Stair Whisperer), who has delivered some of the most epic stair photos you’ll ever encounter. While most of Bob’s stair images come […]

Between the Lines

I think I’ve realized why I find parking garages so interesting to shoot: there are so many different lines to incorporate into a composition! The painted lines of the parking stalls, the vertical columns holding the place together, pipes and concrete relief in the ceiling, arrows painted on the floor, the list goes on and […]

If You Build It?

If you build it…they will…leave?? I know, pretty cheesy, but I just couldn’t resist using a ‘Field of Dreams’ reference for this shot. It’s a classic movie, and I feel in a dark, twisted way, it’s an appropriate reference for the abandoned baseball diamond where I found this scoreboard. I may even keep using quotes […]