Photo Journey Through the Faroe Islands

Endlessly rugged and beautiful, the Faroes Islands are a prime location for landscape photography.

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A Decade on the Divide: Stories and Photographs of the Canadian Rockies

I’m excited to announce an upcoming event in Calgary, hosted by the Great Divide Trail Association, called A Decade on the Divide: Stories and photographs of the Canadian Rockies!  Date: Saturday, April 25, 2020Time:  6:30 pmPlace: Calgary Central Library, Patricia Whalen Performance HallTickets: $30 regular, $20 for GDTA Members, available online here About the Presentation…

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Win a 1-on-1 Session with Paul Zizka!

But this month I’m launching a giveaway for a 1 on 1 session (value $500)! Winner can be anywhere in the world, so long as you have an internet connection.

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Canadian Pond Hockey at Its Best

In a landscape as majestic as the Rockies, the quintessential Canadian experience is taken up a notch.

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The Frozen Bubbles

The lakes are starting to freeze in the Canadian Rockies, and the bubble craze (and skating season!) are just around the corner. I get a lot of emails in the winter about the methane bubbles that form under the ice, so I thought I’d provide a bit of info so more people can learn more about them.

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The Art of Editing, with Paul Zizka

Editing images is an underrated part of the creative process in photography. For many photographers, it can be the limiting factor to stronger images (whether they are aware of it or not). Good processing skills can often make the difference between a great image and an exceptional one.

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Behind the Image: Audience of One

Despite the blizzard that set in shortly after setting up camp, we made good use of the next 48 hours by locating stunning ice caves and canyons within a kilometre of our tents. By the time the clear night came around, I had 4 or 5 shots I was after.

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The Business of Photography

The “Business of Photography” is for everyone wanting to monetize their images, whether it is to pay for the occasional piece of gear or go full-time. It’s for everyone wanting an honest window into the current state of the industry and what it takes to make it work, not just for the coming year, but in a way that is sustainable.

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