Journey Through the Torngat Mountains

Tucked into one of the most remote parts of Canada lies one of the last frontiers for landscape photographers and explorers alike: the Torngat Mountains. The area is an incredibly wild mix that fires up the imagination: Norway-like fjords, glacier remnants (and the associated turquoise lakes), a healthy polar bear population, jagged icebergs freshly arrived from Greenland, aurora-filled skies, cultural treasures, archeological gems, rich marine life, and some of the highest, most rugged peaks in all of Eastern Canada.

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Photographer’s Review: Why Manfrotto Tripods Stand The Test of Time

As a nature photographer who has ventured around the globe, confidence in my gear is crucial; I need to know that my tripod will not underperform, fall apart or inhibit me in any way as I head into the backcountry for days on end. Enter Manfrotto. A company I’ve come to rely on over many years for several reasons. Here’s why.

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Climbing and Photographing the Ten Peaks

This summer, I climbed the tenth and final summit of the famous “Ten Peaks” that tower over Moraine Lake. I didn’t originally set out to climb all ten, but after I completed the first few it grew into a side project to climb the rest and photograph from their summits. The resulting photos from this journey have recently been featured on Crowfoot Media in an interview with Kyla Jacobs!

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Fairmont Photo Workshop in Banff and Lake Louise with Paul Zizka

Spend five luxurious nights in the majestic Canadian Rockies! Make the Fairmont Banff Springs and the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise your ultimate base camp while you capture the beauty of the Canadian Rockies and fine-tune your skills under the guidance of experienced photographers on this once-in-a-lifetime photography workshop.

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11 Dream Locations Photographers Should Know About

Well before I started in photography I already had a passion for exploring lesser-known parts of the planet and remote landscapes. When I picked up the camera, it was only natural that I use photography to document some of my experiences in these kinds of destinations. As much as I believe that good photos can happen anywhere, even in the backyard, I feel fortunate to have spent time photographing those locations that have so much photo potential, yet generally fall off the radar. The world is full of these gems – the underdocumented, rarely visited or overlooked. While some places will remain that way for some time due to difficulty or costs of access, for others it may be only a matter of time before they become as popular as the current photo hot spots. There is much, much more to explore, but here are eleven locations that hold a special place for me and that remain largely obscure.

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Port-a-Grounds now available at your local Costco!

I’m thrilled to announce that Costco will soon be carrying several of my landscape photography products, starting with the ever-popular Port-A-Grounds as early as May 2016: Portable foregrounds for your landscape photography. We’ve all been there: conditions are perfect, except you can’t find a foreground to make the shot a winner. You run around, photo gear…

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Yukon Glory – A Landscape Photography Workshop with Paul Zizka and Dave Brosha

This is a one-of-a-kind event hosted by Dave Brosha and Paul Zizka (with special guest and Yukon expert, Cathie Archbould) at beautiful Kluane Bed & Breakfast on Kluane Lake in rugged and beautiful Yukon Territory. Join us for a fun-filled extended weekend in late spring on the edges of the spectacular Kluane National Park and let us help you take your landscape photography skills to the next level! You’ll get a chance to work closely with each of us as we tackle a variety of topics (primarily in the field, with some classroom learning) aimed at expanding your technical photo skills and your creative vision.

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Thoughts on Adventure, Over-Documentation and Disconnecting

As someone who has been doing adventure photography for a few years now, one of the most significant trends I’ve seen is the increasing external pressure to document. Everything. Everywhere.

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