Moose Lake in British Columbia, Canada. This is a heavily processed shot. From my point of view, the goal in landscape photography is not necessarily to imitate the natural look of the scene, or what the eyes see. I sometimes try to augment the scene into a visually stunning yet still somehow believable image. I…
The W.A.C Bennet Library in SFU’s Burnaby campus. For those of you interested in the technical aspects, this is a blend of 6 exposures; five of them for the foreground and to diminish the overexposure from the lights in the walkway, and one for the stars.
An experimental creation for me. The sky was artificially created out of another photo of mine (real long exposure never turns out like this). I thought the combination turned out interesting.
A frozen Maligne Lake in Alberta, Canada. Shot in May 2014. The view itself was pretty colourless apart from the trees, so I slightly boosted the blues to get these colder tones.
Panorama shot from Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver.
A new post processing take on one of my older panoramas of downtown Vancouver. Prints can be purchased here.
Downtown Vancouver, as seen from up north in West Vancouver.
First Lake, located in Valley of the Five Lakes in Alberta. Shot in May 2014.
Maligne Lake in Alberta, Canada. Shot in May 2014.
Shot near Jasper, Alberta, Canada.
Heading north on Icefields Parkway, to Jasper, Alberta, Canada.
Shot at Whistler’s Mountain, near the town of Jasper (Alberta-Canada), in May 2014.
A half frozen Moraine Lake. This is a reprocess of one of my older photos, to give it a colder feel.
“I shoot for the moon, but I’m too busy gazing at the stars.” Taken at Simon Fraser University, Burnaby campus. *click on image for larger size
Tiny crystals of ice on the plane’s window and the sun rising in the distance. Took this on a flight to Vancouver from Frankfurt. We were flying towards west, so dawn lasted for hours and hours, creating a spectacular scene over snow-clad Canadian lands. Click on the photo for larger size. download music: Dawn –…