Tag Archives: Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5

Winter Decay

Over the past couple of months I’ve had the pleasure of making some fantastic photographer friends over Twitter, and a number of them are masters of grunge and urbex photography (you know who you are). I’ve been trying to find some suitable locations in and around the Calgary area but I haven’t been having too […]

Switch?

To switch or not to switch? A question that I’ve been asking myself for a couple of years now. What am I thinking about switching, you ask? Well, currently I’m running a Windows PC that is about 3 or 4 years old and I’ve been considering making the switch to a Mac for quite some […]

Centenary Park Bridge

A couple nights ago I ventured down to Centenary park to attempt some sunset/blue hour shots of the Calgary skyline. I knew the exact spot I wanted to shoot from because I had been there a few years ago with my dad’s old Canon FT-b and his trusty old 50mm f/1.8 manual focus lens. This […]

Mistakes…

We all make ’em, right? Whether it be in our personal lives, at work or while doing something we love, mistakes are an unfortunate but necessary part of life. So, since these mistakes are inevitably going to happen, the best thing to do is try our best to learn from them and try not to […]

Chateau Lake Louise Foyer

I’ve said this before, but the Chateau Lake Louise is an amazing hotel in a very amazing location. This is another of the shots I took on my brief visit there earlier this year and I think it may be one of my favorites. On the left you can see the check in counter, and […]