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Salton Sea – Decay

Since I still have quite a few shots from Southern California to share, I thought I’d return to my vintage ‘Salton Sea’ series this week. I really enjoy going through these images, and I’m excited to share another 4 or 5 of them with you. Now, I apologize in advance if anyone is grossed out […]

The Hall

This is another image created with Nik Silver Efex Pro 2. The ease with which great black and white images can be created with Silver Efex is pretty impressive…I probably spent less than 10 minutes creating this black and white conversion. I still haven’t tried it out on any portraits, so that will be my […]

Look to the Sky

Looking back at my photos from Joshua Tree National Park really makes me want to go back there. I was fighting off a pretty terrible chest cold when I was in the area last month, so I was unable to really explore and enjoy myself while shooting. While I did walk away with a fair […]

Empty Shadows

This scene may be somewhat familiar to those of you who check this blog on a regular basis, as I posted a similar photo at the start of 2011. The company I work for recently moved into a new set of offices in a brand new building here in Calgary, and most of the floors […]

Repeat After Me…

It’s been a while since I’ve posted something with an obscene amount of colour. This has been a conscious decision, as I know that when I first started with HDR processing, I went a little overboard with my saturation slider. However, I feel that this image is one that benefits from a large dose of […]