Scattered Sky

Camera: Canon 16-35L @ 35mm ~ Settings: f/18 – 1.3 seconds – ISO 800

Yesterday when I was on my way home I noticed the sky looked a little scattered. I thought it was worth stopping to grab a quick picture, so I did just that. I didn’t feel like dragging out my tripod and setting it up, because I was afraid the sun would completely go down and I’d lose all the colour in the sky while doing it. So I just place my camera on a ledge and used one of my fingers under one side to level it off and let the shutter go. Who needs Manfrotto when you got ManPhoto tripod ;).

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Note: I don’t really recommend this technique for long exposures, if you got the time just use your tripod.



Snow Rainbow

Camera: Canon 5D mark iii & 50mm 1.4 ~ Settings: f/20 – 1/160th – ISO 200

I’m sure there must be a scientific name for this snowy weather phenomenon, but I don’t know it, so I’m going with “snow rainbow” haha. I never really seen anything like it before. There was a bunch of tiny bits of snow kind of floating and blowing around and it caused this crazy rainbow light and a strange atmosphere. I’m not crazy about landscapes, but if I could get bizarre light like this more often, I’d shoot these type of photos more regularly :).

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I was out shooting this location with a friend of mine and took a picture of him in a serious photography stance there haha.

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Nice Little Field in Edmonton

I shot this one on my last trip up to Edmonton this summer. The thing I like about this picture is it shows a little detail into the city. The baseball field for instance, it’s small, but it’s nice. The factory (or whatever it is) beside it looks like the field looks to have a wealth of history and then the buildings of the skyline surrounding them are interesting in their own way. Some buildings old, some older and some newer, it’s got a little something for everyone. For me personally, with out the baseball field and factory, I’m not looking to long ;).

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I had to take a little trip up to Edmonton (capital of Alberta) the other day to take care of a couple of things. I haven’t been to Edmonton in well over 10 years and couldn’t remember much about the city. After taking care of business, I walked around taking pictures for a couple of hours and I was pleasantly surprised to find that I like Edmonton very much! I took this picture at some random look out I found. I plan to go back and visit Edmonton again very soon and next time I want to get this same shot at night.

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Winter Trees

I’m not a big landscape guy, but when I was driving through the country yesterday I couldn’t help but notice this row of trees. I thought it looked kind of cool so I pulled over and took a few shots. At first I thought it would have been better if the sky was completely clear and blue, but after looking at the pictures I like how the clouds kind of fade the sky in.

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Extra Random

This picture is extra random because this Metro Newspaper box has no business sitting there! In hindsight I should have shot a really wide-angle of this photo to show exactly where it is, but since I didn’t I’ll just tell you. It’s sitting by the bench on a baseball field! haha. The first time I saw it, it was actually sitting ON the bench and it made me laugh. Then like a week later, it was still there (but on the ground), so I decided to grab a quick picture of it 🙂

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Camera: Samsung NX100 with Canon FD 50mm 1.4 ~ Settings: 1/1000th – f/1.4 – ISO 100

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