The thought behind Imaginion was to create a place were things were imagined, hence, the name. The photos, along with the occasional music, are supposed to convey feelings, moments, flashes of imagination, and provide the atmosphere for a short audio visual journey. Imaginion is not actually a real word, not in English at least (duh!). But in my opinion, that makes it all the more exciting, more… let’s say, imaginary. I also upload some of my photos to Interfacelift, Flickr, and 500px.

If you would like to print any of the photos (for personal use only), you can do so through FineArtAmerica.com. For commercial or promotional use (both physical and digital), the images can be licensed through Pixels.com or through the “Contact Me” page. We also accept freelance work for various events, weddings, advertisement photography, editing, and personal photo sessions.

12 Comments Add yours

  1. Pants says:

    I really love your work, I was wondering if I would be able to use your image in my website as the main background, I would give you full credit in the contact page. Thanks for your time and have a great day!


    1. Mohsen.K says:

      Thanks for contacting me about this. I’m OK with it, but I’d also like to have the link to your website.


  2. Jay says:

    Amazing photos of Vancouver! Keep up the good work.


  3. nehayward says:

    I really like your water gif. pic I was wondering how you did that?


    1. Mohsen.K says:

      Thanks. I have combined 30 consecutive photos into this animation.


      1. Nick Hayward says:

        Thanks your photos have inspired me to make my own cinemgraphs please check them out. Here is one of them http://nickhayward.wordpress.com/2013/05/17/sky-tree/tokyo-skytree-cinemagraph/


  4. GirlSaidBoo says:

    Sorry for the inconvenience, I’ve removed the pic of yours from my blog banner. My sincere apology.


    1. Mohsen.K says:

      It is OK. I’m happy that you liked the shot.


  5. Tingting Zhang says:

    Hi there, I love your Mighty Jungfrau Wallpaper on Interfacelift. I am wondering if I can use it for a brochure I am working on to promote cleaning energy technology in Vancouver


  6. Hilda says:

    Hello, I would like to ask your permission to use one of the photos of downtown Vancouver, B.C. that is displayed on your website. I am an ESL instructor looking to build a website, and I would like to add the photo to the homepage gallery. Of course, I will provide credit for the photo.

    Thank you.


    1. Hi Hilda. That is OK. Please also provide me a link to the website once it is up and running.


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