This photo was taken at a famous spot called Morant's Curve, which is viewable from the edge of...
Behind the Shot: Winter Bends
This week we take a look at a beautiful snowy road in British Columbia for the Behind the Shot breakdown. How did I edit the photo to control the viewers vision through image? Find out in the post!
Behind the Shot: $1.4 Million Car in Whistler
Before and after Adobe Lightroom edit on the details of this 1.4 million dollar McLaren P1 supercar that was parked outside a hotel.
Behind the Shot: Cambodian Fisherman
I was in Cambodia for a couple weeks on an exploratory photo mission, several days of which were...
Behind the Shot: Hurricane Sandy Hits New York
Stranded in Manhattan during the storm of the century, I knew I had to make something unique, no matter how wet I was going to get!
Behind the Shot: Lions Gate Bridge, Vancouver
There’s an interesting compositional trick used in this shot, and it’s NOT the “rule of thirds”. Can you tell what it is? Read on to find out why my angle to the bridge really mattered.
Behind the Shot: Fireworks Over Vancouver
A surprise photo opportunity in Vancouver forced me to think on my feet to try and get an interesting photo with a limited selection of gear.
Behind the Shot: Moonrise Over Vernazza
A look at the creation of a nighttime photo from Vernazza, one of the famous coastal villages of Italy’s Cinque Terre.
Behind the Shot: St Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City
This is a world famous travel destination, but it presents some interesting technical challenges due to low light and the “tripod police”.