Inspired By: Dani Lefrancois, Olivier Du Tré and Byron Harmon
This is the latest post of a weekly series meant to highlight some of the fellow photographers who inspire me to get out and make photographs.
Inspiration… At the confines of the Earth. The Tombstones, in the Yukon.
Here we go for this week:
Dani is my Bow Valley pick for this week. She has done some beautiful work since her arrival from out east. I love the passion she has for the craft and find her enthusiasm contagious. Have a look at her work here.
2-Olivier Du Tré
Olivier does some fantastic black and white work in the Foothills of Alberta, and is also an avid aurora chaser. He is a good friend of mine, a great all-around guy and he contributes a lot to the photo community. Do yourself a favor and peruse his photographs here.
Harmon was the quintessential early Canadian Rockies photographer. His body of work is phenomenal, particularly considering how much he carried around on his explorations. Have a look at the work of a true Canadian Rockies pioneer, and read on here for a few great stories!
If you share my enthusiasm for these photographers, I’d love to hear from you. Or feel free to send in your suggestions of “inspiring photographers”. Have a great weekend and thanks for visiting.