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My favourites of 2015

To sum 2015 up in words would be extremely difficult, luckily I get to express my feelings about it with imagery!  My most successful year to date, with some incredible situations, people, clients and subject matter that will forever be remembered.  It's so easy to forget little nuances and emotions until I go back and relive each scenario or short duration [...]

Tip: Stronger Composition for Stronger Images

When someone presents an image to you, and the first thing that happens is your breath catches and you find yourself making sounds reminiscent of when you were a toddler,  you can bet the photographer has created something that is strong and emotive.  There are many aspects of a particular image that allow you to have that emotional response, one of them is [...]

British Columbia's Mt. Robson - Jewel of the Rockies

For those of you who have visited the Alberta Rockies there's no mistaking the almost painful beauty that exists here.  I used to frequent the Jasper area often when I photographed wildlife and still have such fond memories.  There is a different kind of beauty that exists in the renowned Rocky Mountains however, one that is raw and moody, ethereal and awe i[...]

Tucked Away but Worth the Trek - Hornby Island

Earlier this month we were fortunate enough to visit this relatively small, sleepy  (although apparently not so in the peak summer months) island with gorgeous coast lines and a provincial park that could go toe to toe with almost any other in BC. Coming from Kamloops, in the interior of BC, I had an idea what to expect as a good friend of mine frequents [...]

How to Strengthen Your Landscape Images

Ok, this might sound funny at first but once you get used to it, it may be something that will propel your work to another level.  Read the title of the blog again for me.  The last word is images.  If you don't use the word pics or snaps ever again (please don't), and start with "I create images", you're well on your way to reaching a bit higher :)  A bit f[...]