Category Archives: South Alberta

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Ring of Fire

Lens flare is popular enough that some photographers are resorting to Photoshop and other tricks to create it. In the image above we see an example of natural lens flare creating a halo around the […]

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Photography and Composition

This is the first part of a free course for beginners who want to increase their understanding of image composition. Almost every workshop I hold has a composition component which I tie into the subject […]

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Wedding Album update

I was surprised to find Kristen and Greg’s public wedding on Zenfoio was no longer displaying images at all. This has been corrected and the slim public gallery is now open for viewing again!

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Nature Photography Challenge III

Not the most popular on Facebook, but Day 3’s photo lives strong in my heart. I like how the sweep of the land is mirrored by the cloudy sky, and the warmth of the light […]

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Quote for the Day

Found on Guy Tal’s Facebook page: “This artist’s impulse, as it may be called, is a thing of infinite value to the individual, and often to the world; to respect it in oneself and in […]

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Wedding Photography? Moi?

This is my fourth attempt at writing a blog post about my recent experience photographing a wedding. The first veered off into New Years resolutions, the second into the reasons why I don’t photograph many […]

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Fiery Áísínai’pi Morning

You can’t escape it. To get those early morning sunrises means you have to be in position before it happens. Being in the right spot at the right time can happen by chance, but scouting […]

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Wind Power

Every time I do a tour of southern Alberta, I find that the number of wind turbines have grown. Sprouting like massive metallic blooms on crests of hills, these are part of the path that will eventually […]

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