On Location in Whistler, British Columbia
Dec19

On Location in Whistler, British Columbia

Well, that about wraps up the winter adventure for a bit.  On one side of things, I’m excited to be headed back into the warmth soon.  After 5 straight years without winter, the cold has been a bit tough for me.  On the other side of the coin, I really enjoyed all the winter activities and snowy scenes here in Canada.  It has brought back a lot of memories to my childhood. My last true adventure this winter in Canada took me to...

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An Enterprise Road Trip to Drumheller
Dec09

An Enterprise Road Trip to Drumheller

If you’ve been following this travel photography blog a bit of late, you’ll know that I’ve been going a little bit stir crazy here in Alberta.  It’s not that Canada isn’t amazing and full of really cool places to see, it’s just that I haven’t had wheels for most of the time I’ve been here.  As such, it’s been a bit hard to get around.  And, sure, we’ve gone on a couple cool...

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Ski and Snowboard Photography at Marmot Basin, Jasper
Dec08

Ski and Snowboard Photography at Marmot Basin, Jasper

The other day, we got the chance to make our way up Marmot Basin for a second day of skiing. It was funny to see how different the conditions were just two days apart. On the first day we skied at Marmot, which is just outside of the Jasper townsite and up the side of the mountain, we had powder up to our knees and the snow was falling extremely heavily. On this day, we had perfect blue skies, almost infrared looking snow on the...

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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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8 Useful and Money-Saving Travel Photography Hacks
Nov11

8 Useful and Money-Saving Travel Photography Hacks

When you’re a travel photographer, whether professional or amateur, there are always a lot of concerns regarding cost and space.  Photography gear is extremely expensive, obviously, so when purchasing gear we have to take these things into account.  And when it comes to space, well, you can’t travel with everything you own no matter how much money you have.  Thus, there are a number of travel photography hacks that people...

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Reviewing the Canon 16-35mm f/4 at Crescent Falls
Nov06

Reviewing the Canon 16-35mm f/4 at Crescent Falls

A couple weeks ago, I got my hands on some new glass, which is always fun.  I picked up the Canon 16-35mm f/4 IS which is a super-wide angle lens for full frame cameras.  I needed something wide to go along with the 6D I bought.  And, to be honest, I did more research on the lens than I did the camera body, because I really value good glass, and there are a number of options that provide similar results.  I ended up going with the...

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