Tag Archives: Reflection

Lone Sentinel

Wow. I can’t believe it’s been almost an entire month since I’ve posted anything here! I’ve been in a bit of a photographic funk for the last little while, so I didn’t feel much like shooting or spending much time on Twitter and around blogs – but I should be back in at least some […]

Meet Rob

Everybody, this is Rob. He’s from New Zealand and runs triathlons like a crazy person. I can’t seem to resist a closup portrait when I’m around somebody wearing super reflective sunglasses – so if you ever meet me, beware. #FilmFriday Equipment: – Canon FT-b – Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 – Kodak Gold 200

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 Glow

The light in the mountains can be truly breathtaking at times. As the sun starts to dip below the horizon at sunset, the tips of the mountains are bathed in the most amazing orange glow. I was lucky enough to capture these peaks that surround Emerald Lake during my time in the Rockies with Chris […]

Alien Abstract

While driving to Invermere a couple weekends ago, I noticed a large pool of standing water in the ditch on the side of the highway. The pool was directly underneath an interesting rock formation, so I made a note to myself (and my wife) that I needed to head back to that location with my […]