Archive for the ‘Landscape’ Category
From the first time the high level bridge was lit up, I was trying desperately to get a unique perspective. It was my assumption it would be the most over photographed event in Lethbridge history.
First time around, I chartered a plane to shoot HD Video. The results weren’t the greatest, as I anticipated the lights being significantly brighter then they ended up being.
Second time around, I jumped in a car with Danny Ponomar and drove around town shooting different vantage points. Danny’s favorite was wading out into the river to catch some reflections. My favorite ended up being this shot.
This shot was taken near Retlaw, just as a full moon was rising from behind some clouds on the horizon.
Day off, work was stacked up, it was a nice November day, so I decided to spend it driving around country roads aimlessly. I picked up Headley, and took off North of Taber to find an abandoned town with an old church, and some worn down buildings. After driving around gravel roads for about and hour, we found the place we were looking for, here’s a few frames.
Foggy St. Patrick’s Church, shot on my walk to work in downtown Lethbridge.
Recently started shooting for Lethbridge Living. Here are the tear sheets from the current issue delivered just today!
Recently created some advertising for the studio I work for and just found out I got some good feedback in the local paper. Here’s the ads and the feedback:
I got a few friends to come in and pose for me last night at the studio. Just playing around. Took a serious shot, and decided that was completely not who they are… so the second shot is Kristin trying to put Eric in a headlock.
Eric has some incredible ink, here’s a shot of part of his back piece. The lower half isn’t quite finished yet, so we left it out of frame.
Shot with a neutral density -8 filter. It was overcast, around noon, and I was able to get a 10 second exposure!
Midnight. The rain finally stops pounding for the first time during my stay in Ingonish. I grab my camera and a plastic bag. Wake Sabrina, and head down to the ocean to catch the huge waves hitting the coast. The rain has stopped but there is so much mist in the air, it might as well have been raining. Regardless the mist created some interesting light for this shot! – Thanks to Sabrina for getting up, helping me cover my camera from the mist, and posing for this shot