Tag Archives: Photography

Control Room

As part of the behind the scenes tour of Grand Central Terminal we got to see the control room. This is where every single train that enters and leaves the terminal is dispatched – pretty cool. Each employee had a few giant monitors with different maps of the train tracks, and on the wall at […]

Lake Cameron

Last night I did my first bit of experimentation with luminosity masks which I’d heard of before but really had no idea what they were. Turns out, they’re a fantastic tool to help manually blend together multiple exposures for landscape photography. I didn’t do too much experimentation – just made a basic mask and applied […]

The Way I Saw It: Part Deux

I thought I’d continue the series I started on Friday with another set of images I shot while I was in New York. It’s just such a great city to walk around and capture casually. Equipment: – Fuji X100 – BlackRapid Snapr

The Way I Saw It

For today’s #FilmFriday, I thought I’d post a bit of a tour of what my Mamiya saw while in NYC. First up, we have a shot from Central Park. I’ve always known that the park is enormous, but we were still amazed at how much space is dedicated to this beautiful spot. On the left […]

The Cliffs

Yesterday I had a sudden urge to revisit the images I took while in Maui earlier this year. By no means have I posted all the images I’d like to from that trip, so as it continues to get colder here in Calgary I’ll likely post a few more of these shots to try to […]