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Art Verses Representational Photography How does a photographer push through the “documentation/representational” verses “interpretation” quandary of photography; this is a contentious question within many photography groups. Therefore it begs the query as to what photographers need to develop, to create a personal style/skill, as an “artist. Would an art photograph win a “photo contest”; a […]Rest of the story
Snow and Yet More Snow May snow requires rubber boots and not runners as I discovered on Saturday. The city was gloriously blanketed by a spring storm which motivated a trudge through the park looking for “the” picture. After a few throw away shots my attention was captured by the cawing of two crows at […]Rest of the story
Horizontal Mornings I have been directed by a higher force it seems, to look towards the distance. Perhaps this is an indication that I am still heading forward and the future is yet to unfold. Or perhaps, I just like horizons! Whatever the motivation here are a few offerings from my current “mission”. The Horizontal […]Rest of the story
My Horizontal Period Nosehill Sundown Frank Lake Spring #1 Frank Lake Spring #2 Man Facing West A Baker View, Sidney Morning Miyagi Morning Road to Waterton Alberta Sky Pender Beach Winter in April Sun Kissed Mountains Nosehill Evening Cows on the Horizon Waiting on Waikiki Thomas the Tank Engine: RIP Waterton ViewRest of the story
Banff@Night After an evening at the Banff Mountain Film Festival I took the long way back along Tunnel Mountain Drive to try to get some night shots of the Banff Springs Hotel. The smoke coming off the hotel didn’t seem to work, but these shots came out better. Tripod, long exposure and frozen hands were […]Rest of the story
I went to Banff with Rosie to listen to the music rather than take pictures but still managed to punch out ninety during the first songs of each performer. This is the only one that I really liked. Adam Cohen with his accompanist on the cello. She seemed off in her own world and came […]Rest of the story