Behind the Shot Blog Series

Behind the Shot Blog Series

One of the most popular sections on my blog is a series of posts called Behind The Shot, where I break down all the ins and outs of a particular photo:

  • Where it was taken
  • What gear I used
  • What compositional choices I made
  • Why does it work?
  • What, if any, post production was done to the shot

 

Behind the Shot: Snowy Skiing Fisheye

This is a bit of an older photo, but I posted it on Instagram recently and it got a great response so I thought I'd talk about it in the BTS series because it uses a fisheye lens which is definitely one of the more unique types of lens. Equipment Used For This Shot...

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Behind the Shot: Rookery Rock Removal

This photo was taken from a zodiak on a recent outing in Nanaimo, BC. I really liked the clouds in the background, the great textures on the rocks and the sea lions barking away on the rocks. As you'll see from the original image though, there was a distraction that...

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Behind the Shot: Incredible Elk Antlers in Banff

Find out how I created this image of these impressive elk antlers in Banff. I’ll reveal the compositional choices that were made before I pressed the shutter, as well as showing you the major edits that were made to the image in post processing.

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Behind the Shot: Railway Through the Rockies

This photo was taken at a famous spot called Morant's Curve, which is viewable from the edge of the Bow Valley Parkway, just outside Lake Louise, Alberta. It's hard to imagine a view that better sums up many people's image of the Canadian Rockies! When I'm in the...

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Behind The Shot: Cirque Lake Lookout

I took this photo of my dog on an overnight camping trip to Cirque Lake near Whistler, British Columbia. I thought I'd include it in the Behind The Shot series because it gives me an opportunity to discuss backpacking with photography gear, specifically when you're...

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Behind the Shot: Moraine Lake Sunrise

Moraine Lake is one of the most photographed lakes in the world, but this was actually my first time visiting it when I took this shot. Despite the remote looking landscape, there's easy vehicle access in the summer months, and that means that it's teeming with people...

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Behind the Shot: Aurora Insanity in Banff

Every photographer wants a shot at shooting the Northern Lights at some point, and this was one of the best shows I've ever seen. It was taken at Vermillion Lakes in Banff, Alberta, Canada. A G3 geomagnetic storm rolled in on a night with a clear sky and a new moon...

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Behind the Shot: Wise Wildlife Photography Backgrounds

This photo was taken in Jasper National Park, Alberta. Jasper has an abundance of wildlife and you often come across things while you're just driving from A to B, as was the case with this bighorn sheep on the side of the highway.  Now, shooting things on the side of...

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