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Calgary had a snow in early December. It was not major, about 10 cm (4″) accumulated. This event was different then the normal snow falls in Calgary. For all of its duration the wind was essentially absent. Calgary is normally … Continue reading
We have talked about macro photography before, the essays Macro Prairie Smoke and Garden Macro comes to mind. If you have a camera with a true macro lens or setting then taking macro photographs is quite easy.
This image was taken the other day when we landed at Stony Rapids, Saskatchewan. The other images were taken over the past week as we were flying around taking geoscience samples.
Imagining A Different World or How To Turn The Ordinary Into The Extraordinary. Abstracted from the Image Wrangler
MVOAT means More Variations On A Theme. These patterns are well represented at Ideal Totem, our new sister site dedicated to Textures and Patterns.
In last week’s essay I talked about cropping images for some aesthetic purpose, suggesting we photographers need to do more of it more often. In cropping with a purpose we will briefly examine cropping with some goal or objective in … Continue reading
My friend and fellow AIFI contributor Harvey and I were scouting for future interesting images. Checking out the potential as it were.
Welcome to my photo studio and geoscience office. They are directly behind the photographer. The real darkroom is behind the wall on the right, the digital darkroom on the left. See this as a video.