Category: Photoblog Intention

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Santa Day Fireworks

Midway through this December, Saturday afternoon, my daughter and I were in the Cab of my white 2000 GMC Sierra half-ton working our way through town and our list of errands. Not having read this week’s newspaper, The Echo, and without the town of… Continue Reading “Santa Day Fireworks”

Refit & Refuel

I’m going to study this picture.  It does capture a sense of this being an outpost and a place to refit and refuel in night’s darkest hours. The intent, however, was to capture something iconic, a gas station lighting the night … it being… Continue Reading “Refit & Refuel”

Highway & Town

This evening I was working with a prime lens, a Canon 50mm f1.4 lens.  I’m getting a sense for the distance to subject it accommodates.  With my 60D’s sensor having a correction factor of 1.6, the 50mm lens behaves more like an 80mm lens;… Continue Reading “Highway & Town”

Grain Elevator

The Viterra grain elevator in High Level, Alberta is the subject of this shot. Weather attracted me to this shot.  The day has been cold starting at -31C and warming to -17C this evening when this photograph was taken. The grain elevator shares railroad… Continue Reading “Grain Elevator”

Snow-capped Barrels

A photowalk through town yields a discovery, a cluster of snow-capped, wooden barrels – several curves juxtaposed against a netted fence.

Painting Light

One of five shots, painting with light out in Fort Vermilion, Alberta. Note that by the front deck/porch the maglite has been turned back toward the camera and captures a streak of light.  Also, note the ghosting image of the person at the bottom… Continue Reading “Painting Light”

Winter Sunset Silhouette

The silhouette of a school playground structure against the backdrop of a churning red sky.

Winter Sunset

In my first steps exiting school the following sunset confronted me. Using my camera free-hand and with tripod I captured thirty-three images, one of which I present here. For most images a wide aperture of f-4.5 allowed for freezing of the image. A smaller aperture… Continue Reading “Winter Sunset”

In My Back Pocket

Welcome. If you’ve found your way to this photo blog you are likely a person keenly interested in photography or someone who appreciates quality photographic images resulting from skilful camera work. I am a photographer who is about to engage in the 365 day,… Continue Reading “In My Back Pocket”

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