Author Archives: AdrianT.

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Nature Photography Challenge II

Signs that spring is coming: geese overhead, buds fattening, people working around their homes, bundles of tree prunings in the back lane. I’m not ready for nature photography yet, so I’ll fall back to my […]

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Nature Photography Challenge I

I was invited to take the Nature Photography Challenge (one image a day for seven days) on Facebook by two friends, so I decided to go retro and post older images that were not bug […]

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New Camera Releases

Some good news this week with both Canon and Pentax releasing new cameras. The latest in Canon’s mid-range line of DSLRs is the Canon 80D, successor to the well-respected 60D and 70D models. From the […]

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Thought for the Day

If you wish to submit your work for possible display in a gallery, they will expect to choose from a ‘body of work’ — in other words, a set of photographs that are cohesive in […]

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Reading for a Slow Sunday

Slim pickings to share this Sunday, but a nice set of posts for those of us caught up in a dreary winter and needy for inspiration. 8 Tips to Stay Motivated and Inspired by Your […]

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Back to the Old Railway

One of our local treasures, perhaps underappreciated in Edmonton, is the Alberta Railway Museum. In 2011 I did some photography there, including inside a few dilapidated cars which are now closed to the public. While I […]

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New: Canon EOS-1D X Mark II DSLR

It’s finally out, Canon’s top-of-the-line DSLR. Amazing spec’s! Available for pre-order at B&H. Here is the press release from Canon Canada: MISSISSAUGA, ON., February 1, 2016 – Rising to meet the rigorous and evolving demands […]

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Reading for a Slow Sunday

– You don’t have to wait for a blizzard to read Guy Tals’ posts. His writing and photography is always thoughtful and inspiring, suitable for anyone that sees creativity as a path rather than a […]

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