Got something new I'm starting up for the new website design, but I figured why not, let's unleash this a bit early. After a successful trial run offline, I'm moving it online: framed photography!
A lot of this website is dedicated to photography. Most of it, actually. So it seems weird that the majority of my sales are from the digital side. Well, now we're levelling the playing field. Maybe you want a photo. Maybe you want it framed. Maybe you have a lot of money and don't want as much any more. Well, you're in luck.
I'll be adding new photos as current ones sell through, so check back now and then to see what I currently have available. And if there are any photos on the site that you like the look of, well, you're also in luck. Whether you're interested in one of my picks, or a pick of your own, head on over to the Contact Me page and get in touch. We can figure out what works, and how to get the photos from my wall to yours.
Click through to see what I have currently available. The proper page will go live with the site changeover, which should happen in the coming weeks. Read More
The last day of the 2017 Calgary Stampede is upon us. If you haven't been down to the grounds, today's your last shot (for a year, anyway). In the mean time, or if it's just too damn hot for you, here's some photos that you can enjoy without the sunburn. Read More
I've been busy behind the scenes working on... like twelve projects. Today. One of them is updating the photo galleries. As I've been focusing heavily on the digital side these past few months, and getting things settled for the rest of the year, the photo side of my work has fallen by the wayside a bit.
The galleries weren't regularly updated, what was there was essentially just "here's a gallery, enjoy" without the finer touches.
Well, I'm fixing that. Finally spurred on by switching over to Capture One from Lightroom (never looking back), I'm going through my entire photo library and redoing them. From scratch. It's making me approach things from an entirely different viewpoint, as some of these photos are now two or three years old.
The galleries are also updating. There's a larger focus on curated images now, ensuring that each gallery is more cohesive and has a better flow through the images. Which, hopefully, will make it more enjoyable for you find folks to browse the galleries. I'll also be regularly updating them, though for the most part the Picture of the Week feature will be the primary avenue for new photos outside of specific subjects.
In the mean time, enjoy what's up. It's a process in progress. The Calgary Flood, American Battlefields, and Architecture galleries have all been updated, with others to follow in the coming week or so. Read More
Down that path the frost giants lie.
Damn frost giants. Read More
Check it out
It's so orange
(So orange yeeeeeah) Read More
Look at the funny thing growing on that log.
Perhaps we should poke it. Read More
That is a pigeon stopping traffic in New York City.
In New York City.
I could not make this up if I tried. Read More
Fly penguin, fl--
YOUR KIND CANNOT FLY OH GOD LAND PENGUIN!
LAND! Read More
It almost looks like fall, except for the whole *FREEZES SOLID* thing.
I think this actually was fall.
I mean, during the winter part of fall. Read More
The angle is a commentary on angles.
And this post is a post.
This photo is similar to one I took some time earlier, only instead of mountains the background is buildings.
Did I do it on purpose? Maybe. As a commentary on purpose. Read More
One of the first photos I took with my first Rebel.
Of something I am not particularly fond of.
Of course I would. Read More
Through the trees in the early, freezing cold morning. Most of the color comes after the fact, from adjusting the color temperature to one more suited to the emotional feeling of the moment.
The real photo is blue. Just... just blue.
So cold. Read More
The lines humming away with the slightest bit of ice clinging to them. An occasional crackle. Like a bug zapper.
Snow bug zapper. Read More
The old making way for the new. Some buildings realize it sooner than others. Some buildings stay for years. Just waiting for time or demolition to take them down. Others, by God, you build your glass towers, the brick will take you down with them! Read More
The trains still weave a curving path through the rocky mountains. Sometimes unseen. Sometimes seen in the distance. And sometimes their path crosses with ours. Whatever their route, I always think back to Grand Theft Auto V, and how no matter how many trucks you parked in front of it, the train would never stop. Read More
The fires shall roar and the embers shall burn. And out shall pop a pizza. And its name shall be The One. And it will be good. Read More
All in all it's just another photo in the gallery. Read More
TOYNBEE IDEA Read More
IN MOViE `2001
ON PLANET JUPITER
Sure it took like three weeks for me to finally get around to uploading them, but here they are, my pics from WeDay Alberta 2016. Read More