End of the Sunset

Last night my wife was doing yoga, my kids were playing video games and my dog was laying around like a sac of potatoes. Since non of the above seamed very appealing to me I figured I’d grab Juneau and take her for a little stroll around the neighbourhood. A dog needs to walk after …

Newfound Beach

I knew I had to take my dog for a walk and I kind of wanted to get the kids out of the house for a little bit too. However I was not about to just take everyone walking around the neighbourhood as we usually do because noticed a lot more people walking down the …

Sunset from the House

We had a lot of things going on around the house last night. As life was happening I couldn’t help but notice the beautiful sunset going down out in front of our house. Since the sunset was already in full swing I knew wouldn’t have enough time to get any where good to shoot more …

Sunset for One

I needed to get out for a little fresh air the other day, but with all this Coronavirus business that’s going on I didn’t want to find myself around any other people. Lucky for me this little gem of a spot is just a few blocks from my house and I knew this exact spot …

Enjoying the SOOC Sunset

I was keeping an eye on the clouds all day yesterday because I knew I was about do for a sunset picture. About an hour before sunset I knew it was going be a good one. I had the idea for this picture ready to roll so I packed up what little gear I needed …

Joshua

I haven’t took a real picture of Joshua in a while and I needed to test out some Fuji film simulations. Joshua was kind enough to volunteer for photo shoot. Trying to get this kid to smile and look at the camera isn’t easy, he always just wants to make a serious face for some …

Canadian Reflection

It was kind of rainy one morning this past weekend in Kelowna and then the sun came out and it was beautiful. When I saw that shinning down on the wet street I had an idea. Find a big puddle and shoot some reflection shots. I would have preferred to shoot these photos with something …

Fujifilm on the streets

Lately I’ve been missing shooting with my Fujifilm camera. I just loved all the little dials and nobs for changing your settings. The small camera (X-T2 in this case) made photography a little extra fun for me. The only thing is, I know I can get better images using my Sony camera (on account of …

Paul

This a friend of mine, Paul. We met up around midnight, downtown in Calgary. The time might seem odd and it is, but for this particular picture it had to be late at night. You see, Paul is standing in the middle of the street at busy (during the day) intersection. I wanted to shoot …

Plans by Myself

I shot this photo on Saturday night. I actually had plans to meet up with a friend of mine, but then at the last minute he informed me the plans were a no go. At first I thought to myself, well that sucks. Then I thought, hey no problem I’ll just make plans with myself! …

Straight Out of Camera Strangers

I am the proud new owner of the Fujifilm 56mm f/1.2 lens! I just got it yesterday and I had to go test it out, but I needed some people to take pictures of. I zipped over to Crescent Road in Calgary and met some strangers who didn’t mind having their picture taken. The featured …

Bow River Night

I shot this one on Saturday night from underneath the Skipping Stone Bridge on St. Patricks Island (in Calgary). I was using my Fujifilm X-E1 with an old Canon FD mount Vivitar 28mm f/2 close focus lens. The camera and lens performed wonderfully together. This shot is straight out of the camera (other than a …

The Path To Glory!

As you walk up to this path/bridge that takes you down to this amazing dock in Portland, you begin to see the amazing view and unique texture of your soundings. The ruff dock, the slick path if it’s been raining, the glassy or raindrop filled river and of course the amazing skyline view. It’s all …