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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Announcement: PERU Photo Tour and Workshop!!!
Nov03

Announcement: PERU Photo Tour and Workshop!!!

I’ve been closely guarding a bit of a secret of late, I suppose.  Over the past couple years, I’ve known that I wanted to start running some photography workshops and tours in different parts of the world.  I ran a really awesome one in Ireland last year, and that only stoked the fire more.  However, I’ve been making excuses for the past little while as to why I haven’t run a new one yet.  Well, the goal for...

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On Location at the Dark Sky Festival in Jasper National Park
Nov01

On Location at the Dark Sky Festival in Jasper National Park

It’s been so much fun being back in Alberta despite the fact that the weather is starting to scare me.  I got a huge taste of what I love about Alberta when I stopped in for the weekend at the Dark Sky Festival in Jasper National Park.  Of course, my visit to Jasper was also speckled with a few reminders of why I haven’t spent a full winter in Canada in the past 6 years: it’s cold. In Jasper, we flickered between...

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Canon 16-35mm f/4 Unboxing and Specs
Oct30

Canon 16-35mm f/4 Unboxing and Specs

I know what you’re thinking, did I hit win the lottery?  No, no I didn’t.  In fact, this and my new Canon 6D body is actually the result of saving for about an entire year.  So, yes, I’m still poor.  In fact, like always, I basically sold all my savings on the camera gear I felt I needed to help take my image quality to the next level. Now, this is, of course, an unboxing of the new-ish Canon 16-35mm f/4 IS.  Canon...

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Q&A with Astronaut/Photographer Col. Chris Hadfield in Jasper
Oct25

Q&A with Astronaut/Photographer Col. Chris Hadfield in Jasper

I’m up right now in Jasper National Park attending the Dark Sky Festival. And well I have another article and some photography coming from up here in a little bit, I was too jacked up on this right now not to post something instantly. I got the chance to sit in on a media Q&A with Astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield who is an absolute legend in Canada and around the world.  The man is essentially as big a celebrity as can be...

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