Archive for November, 2013

Time Picks the Best Photobooks of 2013

For decades, TIME Magazine has been a showcase for the world’s best photojournalism, bearing witness to the most notable moments of history — the triumphs and the tragedies — of the past 90 years. LightBox, a blog created and curated by TIME’s photo department, proudly furthers this tradition, exploring how photography, video and visual culture […]


Typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda Photos

The recent disaster in the Philippines has left a death toll of approximately 2,500 people (recently corrected by President Benigno Aquino III from 10,000).  However, with that also comes countless injured and lost.  Property damaged and destroyed, people displaced from their homes and just an overall sense of urgency. Here are some photos of the […]


The Photographer’s Guide to Photo Contests

Photoshelter is a great partner for any photographer.  I say partner because not only are they a website and online album site but they are also a good resource for learning.  Join their mailing list to get updates on new guides.  Their latest guide is about photo contests.  I like to enter a few photo […]


November Desktop Wallpaper / Rebirth

October was quite the hectic month.  I did a talk for the Foothills Camera Club about inspiration.  I shot images at the Calgary Zoo to aid in the post-flood efforts (thanks to Vistek for providing the equipment).  I shot out at Emerald Lake in Yoho National park with my Dad.  And November is looking like it’s […]


Nikon Df / Pure Photography Retrospective

The New Nikon Df When Nikon started releasing teaser videos for something coined “Pure Photography” everyone was a bit skeptical.  Rumors were that it was a retro styled camera reminiscent of the old F-series 35mm film cameras of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s.  Rumors also started going around that it was purely a stills camera […]


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