The oopoomoo Team – 2013 Year In Review – Dave Brosha

Any photographer who shoots a lot will tell you that trying to narrow down to their strongest images in a given time frame is a really tough job.  I’m no exception.  In 2013 I photographed I would say approximately 75,000+ images across pretty much every genre of photography one could imagine, from landscape to creative portraiture to commercial to wedding to photojournalism.

I always hesitate to call any body of work my “best” from a given time frame – as I know my own tastes will change and what I like today I may not like so much a year from now.  That said, in pulling together this collection, I pulled out what either struck me, challenged me, or generally made me feel more complete as an artist in 2013.  I hope you enjoy!

Galenlight

Galenlight

Grande Prairie, Alberta

Where The Wind Keeps Me Strong

The Cove

The Cove

A Breath of Baffin

A Breath of Baffin

Frequency: North

The Waterdance

The Waterdance

The Afton Life

The Afton Life

Prelude To A Dream

Prelude To A Dream

 A Love Song For Yellowknife

A Love Song For Yellowknife

Dancing With Danger

Dancing With Danger

About the Author

Canadian creative photographer, artist, filmmaker, author, educator, speaker, and recorder of Northern lands and their people.

4 Comments

  1. Stephen DesRoches
    December 28, 2013

    You need to turn off the continuous motor drive ;-)

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  2. John Fujimagari
    December 28, 2013

    Frequency is/will be a timeless classic!

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  3. Dave Brosha
    December 29, 2013

    Hahaha, oh, Stephen….

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  4. Jeff Maltzman
    December 29, 2013

    Great stuff, Dave. While I pretty much stick to landscapes and nature, I particularly enjoy your portraits. I’ve found people quite difficult to shoot. If I ever take back up that challenge I hope to capture my subjects with similar beauty and dynamic intensity. Looking forward to seeing more in 2014.

    Thinking about heading back to YK in late March for some aurora action. Would love to say hi in person if you’re around.

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