Tag Archives: Photography

Prairie Vibrance

In keeping with the panorama theme from Friday, I figured I’d share this shot from my home province of Alberta. Now, this isn’t a panorama in the truest sense – it’s just a wide aspect crop of a single frame. The original included much more of the fresh, black pavement and I felt it ate […]

Inside the Crater

So far, my #FilmFriday photos have all been shot with my Holga 135 – today, I’m switching things up a bit. Before I left for Hawaii, I asked my dad if I could borrow his old Canon FT-b and 50mm 1.4 FD mount lens. He gladly obliged (since it was collecting dust anyway), so I […]

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 […]

The Beach

On the advice of my good bud Jesse, I rented a 15mm fisheye lens for my trip to Maui. He said it was the best decision he made before his last trip to Hawaii, and I can tell you that I was pretty happy to have it with me…if only to get this shot. I […]

Maui Snaps

I posted these photos to my personal Facebook page a couple of days ago, but after looking through them again, I figured they deserved a blog post as well. The real reason I was in Hawaii a week and a half ago was for my best bud’s wedding. We’ve been friends since grade 1, and […]