Tag Archives: Urbex

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 […]

Shall We Bake?

Well, I think this is the first image that I’ve really noticed a difference between what it looked like on my monitor at home when editing and other monitors. The image I worked on had much more warmth and vibrance than what you’re probably seeing below…I guess it’s really time to invest in a monitor […]

Mynx ♥

This is officially the first image I’ve processed with my brand new iMac, and I couldn’t be happier. I’ve had this machine in my hands for less than 24 hours and I’m already in love with it. Not only does it look fantastic, but the speed with which I can process images has increased exponentially…this […]

Stovetop

Thought I’d start November off with a little urbex from my trip to Seebe a little while ago. Seebe is a small abandoned Hamlet in Kananaskis country north and west of Calgary. It was established in the early 1900’s as the hub of a number of hydro electric dams in the Kananaskis region, and served […]

Zing

Sorry for the lack of text to accompany my photos for the past few days. I’ve been in a bit of a rush to get my images up on the blog before taking care of business for the day…I should be able to put a bit more time into things this week. I thought I’d […]