It’s no secret that photography is a tough business to crack into. It was only in recent years that I was able to say goodbye to my “other” jobs and dedicate my time fully to my photography (and pay the bills with it!). It’s a tough journey, and I couldn’t have done it without the…Read More
Thank you for your interest in this one-of-a-kind event hosted by John E. Marriott, Dave Brosha, and Paul Zizka at beautiful Baker Creek Mountain Resort near Lake Louise in Banff National Park. Join us for a fun-filled extended weekend this fall in the heart of the Canadian Rockies and let us help you take your…Read More
Last night we had a nice aurora display last night over Banff National Park. It was pretty subdued to the naked eye overall, but the camera picked up a wonderful colour palette.
Self-portrait, Lake Minnewanka, Banff National Park.Read More
Join the Paul Zizka Photography Challenge on Instagram! Here’s how: Every day between September 3 – 7, 2014, @PaulZizkaPhoto will announce a new theme for that day’s entries. People must use @PaulZizkaPhoto and #ZizkaChallenge to enter their photos, and be following @PaulZizkaPhoto. Entries don’t need to be current photos. You can post some of your old favourites! Enter up to…Read More
It’s no secret that photography is a tough business to crack into. It was only in recent years that I was able to say goodbye to my “other” jobs and dedicate my time fully to my photography (and pay the bills with it!). It’s a tough journey, and I couldn’t have done it without the people who believed in my work and encouraged me along the way. This is something I would like to be able to provide to others.Read More
A few weeks ago I went out to Abraham Lake with my good friend and fellow photographer Olivier du Tré for a couple of days of landscape photography. The day prior to us leaving, the forecast looked dismal and all but guaranteed that we would not catch a glimpse of the Rockies during our time…Read More
I haven’t been this excited about a photo in a long time. When this shot was taken I was perhaps not the most thrilled photographer. It was the second night in a week that I went chasing the auroras all night and they were hidden somewhere behind a veil of clouds (as you can tell from the surreal sky) even though the rest of the country seemed to be seeing them. It turns out that I was completely unaware that I was taking one of my most memorable shots.Read More