Tag Archives: Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5

The Longest Shadow

It’s gotta be one of the best feelings in the world for any photographer when you take a shot, look at the LCD, and instantly know you’ve got something great. If I can can come away from a shoot with one set of brackets like that, I am a very happy camper. This doesn’t happen […]

Bricks of Sand and Glass

I spent a good deal of time this past weekend snooping around an old alley in downtown Calgary trying to get some good grungy/texture rich brackets. The alley is full of old sandstone and brick, some of which still shows the faded paint signs of businesses past. It was a great place to shoot, and […]

The Loneliest Number

This was the last set of brackets I shot on my brief solo downtown photowalk yesterday afternoon, and am I glad I did! I think this is going to end up being one of my favorites of the day. For me, this shot is a lesson in persistence. About half an hour before I took […]

Diesel in Symmetry

I think I have a problem. I seem to have quite the obsession with shooting into the setting sun at narrow apertures…those sunbursts are just so much fun! I think I’ve made a point of shooting sunbursts on the last three photo outings I’ve been on and I don’t see me quitting anytime soon. They’re […]

Antix Caboose

This is another shot from my trip to Invermere back in August. Brei’s family has a place there, so we try to get out as often as possible during the summer and fall months. In the summer, water sports dominate the local lake and there are plenty of fantastic golf courses in and around the […]