Tag Archives: Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5

Circular Entrance

This is the entrance to Tao restaurant in the Venetian hotel in Vegas. We didn’t eat there on our visit earlier this year, but I thought the concentric circles leading to the doors at the end of the entrance made for a pretty cool photo.

CHC 119

Inspired by Jacob Lucas’ post yesterday, I decided to revisit some panorama brackets I shot very early this year at the University of Calgary. I shot a few sets of brackets in various lecture theatres with the intention of merging them into panoramas, but didn’t have too much luck with my first attempts. With the […]

Stairway to…

After finally finishing the last of my Lightroom data transfer to my iMac last night, I decided to sift through some of my old brackets from early this year to see if there was anything I missed or wanted to reprocess. As it turns out, there are probably a whole lot of images that could […]

Do Not Park In Drive-Way

I wasn’t really sure what I wanted to do with this shot right away. I knew that I kinda liked the simple composition and the old worn sign on the door, but it seemed to lack a bit of drama. So, I ran it through Photomatix Pro, opened the tonemapped image in Photoshop, and fired […]

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 […]