New York is my favourite city. I have discussed with many that it is like being in a huge movie set. I can really point my lens in any direction and find some kind of interestingness to capture.Read More
A couple of weeks ago my photo pal, Curtis Gee, and I heading into the nearby Rocky Mountains for a hike up to Paget Peak. This was just on the west side of the continental divide in beautiful British Columbia. It is a pretty short hike (1 1/2 hours up & 45 minutes down) and at the top is an old decommissioned fire lookout.Read More
What is the Fujifilm X-T10? It is a smaller version of the ever popular X-T1 that has been stripped of some of its features to appeal a differing level of skill and wallet size.Read More
I set my alarm for a ridiculous time. When I looked out the window I was stoked to see a thick fog covering my neighbourhood. An initial plan to capture the sunrise over the downtown of Calgary changed for the better.Read More
I woke up knowing that I had to run some errands.. groceries.. fill the car with gas.. and the like.
Over night a frost had built-up on everything outdoors. A thick coating painted by the night wind that remained mid-morning due to the fog that had also set in. I loaded my Rolleiflex 3.5F with a roll of Kodak Portra 400 film. I figured I may as well have it with me while I was out.Read More