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27 October

Fire and Ice in the Canadian Rockies – November is a Great Time for Photography!

November is the month that has the least visitors coming to the Rockies. It is too cold to camp, no ski hills are open yet, and most photographers prefer the big colours of September and the winter wonderland of February. But I love November because it’s an awesome transition season from  autumn to winter. The […]

20 October

Chasing the Icon; a Checklist for Failure?

This article was originally published in Outdoor Photography Canada magazine several years ago. Be sure to subscribe to see the latest work from great photographers across Canada. Chasing the Icon Photographers are like birders. For a lot of birders, what matters most is the sighting of a species so you can check off that bird […]

14 October

How to Create Mood and Story with Aperture Effects

The Creative Use of Aperture Aperture controls how much of the scene appears to be in sharp focus. That’s the official version. But there’s a secret good photographers know about aperture, and it’s so simple you’ll want to rush out and try it right away. The secret is that aperture does two things very well: […]

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