Dogsledding Jasper and Editing the Images in PSE 13
Dec03

Dogsledding Jasper and Editing the Images in PSE 13

Yeah! I’m doing stuff again, look at me!  Sitting around Alberta has been good from a work side of things, but from a fun side of things I’ve been itching to get out and playing around a bit more.  So, I was so excited for the opportunity to head out dogsledding from Jasper National Park this week.  Of course, it wasn’t easy.  The weather in Jasper this week was nuts.  We had a massive snow storm – which you...

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A Week in Iceland: Stats, Costs, and Travel Photography
Sep19

A Week in Iceland: Stats, Costs, and Travel Photography

When we were booking our flights from Europe to North America, we found that the cheapest flights across the Atlantic all stopped in Iceland. I remembered hearing that there was the option for free layovers in Iceland, and immediately decided that we needed to spend a day or two exploring since we had the chance. Of course, two days turned into seven, and instead of just seeing some sights in the south, we chose to attempt to drive...

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Photography Packing Guide for Iceland
Sep07

Photography Packing Guide for Iceland

The day has nearly arrived for me to leave on my week long adventure in Iceland.  Thus, I thought it would be a good opportunity for me to show you the photography gear that I’ll be packing for that trip.  Now, it’s also worth mentioning that as a permanent traveller, I am actually packing all my belongings with me; I have to, as I’m always on the road.  However, this guide is a more of an explanation of the photo...

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On Location in Southern Mongolia and the Gobi Desert
Aug05

On Location in Southern Mongolia and the Gobi Desert

After taking in Naadam in Ulaanbaatar, our immediate goal was to get out of town. Sure, we loved Ulaanbaatar on arrival. It provided us with so many things we just couldn’t get during our 2 months in China; or our 7 months in Asia all together for that matter. The Mongolian capital is loaded with western restaurants catering to tourists and expats, there are a couple Irish pubs, and there’s unblocked wifi, what else could...

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Skiing and Action Photography on Austria’s Slopes
Jun29

Skiing and Action Photography on Austria’s Slopes

Austria has plenty of locations with mountainous backdrops and gentle slopes which make it ideal for skiers – and those who take to take a few pro snaps while they’re at it. Styria, Salzburg, Vorarlberg and Tyrol are just a few of the places in which you can find nice resorts and picking a suitable one is simply a matter of costs, altitude, weather, and your knowledge on skiing. Where to stay in Austria Austria has a dozen charming...

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Exposing Sunset and Sunrise at Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terraces in Tiantou, China
Jun05

Exposing Sunset and Sunrise at Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terraces in Tiantou, China

I caught the bus from Guilin to the village of Dazhai, which sits at the base of Longji Rice Terraces, a place us foreigners like to call “Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terraces”. The region was high on my Chinese travel photography list, and I was eager to check it off. The only problem is that when I arrived, I did so to a white wall of mist and clouds. For most of the first day, I couldn’t see my hand in front of my face, and...

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