Long Exposure & Trains Long exposures are a lot of fun, especially when they’re including trains. It can be tough to get the exposure time just right. If I set my shutter too long the image is muddy. If I my shutter is too short, the image is jittery confused. What I’m trying to get […]
Glenmore Trail At Night It has been a long time since I’ve posted anything here. I’ve been working a lot and I just haven’t had a ton of time to commit to anything that isn’t work-related. With all of that said, I have had some interesting ideas for some really cool composite photos that will […]
Three Ways to See Calgary One of the better-known facts about Calgary is that it is not a very dense city. Once you leave the downtown area, the suburbs open up fast and because of this geography, you don’t have to go very far to see quite a diversity of landscapes. So here are three […]
About A Lamp So I Went out a few weeks ago with a friend of mine and couple guys that she knows who are selling a new floor lamp they have called the StLyte. It’s made from old street lights purchased from the City of Calgary, and frankly, it’s a pretty damn cool floor lamp. I would […]
The City is remade when it is a Misty Calgary, a Foggy Calgary I have been super busy since arriving back in Calgary. I’ve been out shooting whenever I get the chance. October was pretty great for shooting and we had more than a few days with dramatic fog. Thanks to the weather […]
Back in Calgary Alberta After several months in Toronto, I am now back in Calgary Alberta for a while. I’d like to say that I can see this city in a different light, but no, it’s still the same as when I left it. This city really challenges my photography, there is precious little […]
It took me forever to realize you could walk inside this thing. Once in there, my brain couldn’t agree with my eyes everything looked so weird. Of course, this is the perfect time to take a picture – if only Calgary could have more publicly visible artwork like this.
I really like this address. It transforms the unassuming front of a bland building into something interesting and dramatic at night.
It’s always seemed weird that freight trains move through downtown Calgary.
10th avenue Calgary Alberta This part of 10th avenue Calgary Alberta is one of the most interesting places to explore and photograph. You can easily walk up the train tracks and get some nice shots of the river, or you can follow the bike path downtown. I’m pretty sure I could go blind and I […]