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Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Nature Photography: Great Photos On A Cloudy Day

Great nature photography relies on good natural light above all else. Even a beginner soon learns that for most landscape photos, the best results are usually early in the morning and late in the afternoon, when the sun is low, and the light is soft and colourful. This is a terrific rule to follow in […]

Darwin Wiggett - Winter in the Canadian Rockies

Darwin Wiggett – Winter in the Canadian Rockies

Darwin Wiggett has been a professional photographer that I have had my eye on for a long time. I’m uncertain why this is precisely but it likely gets down to “I can relate to what he does”. I spent eight years living in Calgary with trips to the Canadian Rockies or Montana many weekends, almost […]

Nature and Landscape Photography Tips: Composition

Nature and Landscape Photography Tips: Composition

Many people I know have asked me a little more about how they might be able to improve their own photos. By no means do I think I am a complete expert, but as more and more people are taking up photography as a hobby (since digital camera prices, including dSLRs, have been dropping), I […]

Lynn Wiles - Night Pool

Lynn Wiles – Water Photography

Featured photographic artist – Lynn Wiles Our previous feature artist post contained images by Lynn Wiles, her impressionist photographic images. These impressionist images have a painterly look created by using a slow shutter speed and are worth a look. This series contains images of water using both slow shutter speeds and high shutter speeds. The […]

Trunks in Grass - Lynn Wiles

Lynn Wiles – Impressionist Photography

Featured photographic artist – Lynn Wiles I first discovered Lynn’s work about one year ago and was impressed both with her imagery as well as her dedication to posting images to her blog on a daily basis. Believe me, this is not an easy accomplishment! Much of Lynn Wiles work borders on abstract with rich […]

Sea Anemones, Botanical Beach

Photography in bad weather – Botanical Beach

Let’s face it, the weather in most parts of the world is not always picture perfect. Where I live on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada we have our share of rain and what I like to call heavy mist. As a photographer what do we do to prepare ourselves for this? On a […]


A trip to the woods – macro photography

I took the opportunity to visit the forest today with macro equipment in the bag and the expectations of lots of wildflowers, mushrooms, ferns and other foresty subjects. I wasn’t disappointed and the overcast weather was perfect for macro photography. These images were shot with the Sigma 150mm f2.8 macro lens with the exception of […]

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