Category: Landscape

Summer is my Slow Season for Photography Tours – But Why?

Summer is my Slow Season for Outdoor Photography Tours… But why?     Most people think that Summer in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, where I base my landscape photography tour business, would be absolutely hopping busy in the

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The Banff National Park Landscape Photography Day Tour, June 3, 2018 Edition is Almost Sold OUT!

The Banff National Park Group Landscape Photography Tour on June 3, 2018        Yep.  It’s probably going to sell out again.  The Banff National Park Day Tour only has a few spots left on it as of 12

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Pre Visualize the Perfect Landscape Photograph, then wait 22 years…

Rainbow over the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel An example of the classic technique:  Pre Visualize the Perfect Landscape Photograph and then relentlessly pursue it until you get it, Photographic Excellence achieved! Finding paradise I moved to Banff a few weeks after completing

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How to Create an Abstract Vertical Pan Blur Landscape Photograph – Part 1 of 2

How to Create Amazing Vertical Pan Blur Abstract Photographs – Part 1   What is a Vertical Pan Blur Landscape Photograph? We’ve all been seeing cool vertical pan blur photography all over the internet recently.  They’re the latest and the

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The Canadian Rockies Top Five Winter Landscape Photography Locations; Part 1 – Banff

The Canadian Rockies Top Five Winter Landscape Photography Locations Part 1 – Banff National Park        I can hear all the dyed in the wool veteran landscape photographers out there saying, “Who made you the authority on landscape

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Location profile, Takakkaw Falls, Yoho National Park

Takakkaw Falls in  Yoho National Park Location Profile     Takakkaw Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in Canada and it is a perfect destination to include in a landscape photography tour of the Canadian Rockies.  But, this location

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The ILPA Landscape and Wildlife Photography Weekly Newsletter for Feb. 10, 2017, the Bison issue, is published!

Follow the link to read this week’s edition of the ILPA weekly .  Some of the highlights include articles about the reintroduction of bison into the wild in Banff National Park, a new 48MP sensor developed by Panasonic that allows recording of

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The ILPA Landscape and Wildlife Photography Weekly Newsletter, edition Dec. 30, 2016

The Newsletter      Christmas has come and gone with another week passing.  And with that, we have the latest edition of the ILPA Landscape and Wildlife Photography Weekly newsletter published.  This issue features the legendary Art Wolfe as this week’s headliner.

The Polarizing Filter in landscape Photography – Pros and Cons of their use

I sincerely believe every landscape photographer NEEDS a polarizing filter.  It’s arguably the most important filter in your camera bag, but why do I think that? I’ll discuss the pros of using a polarizing filter first followed by a few cons.  I’ve

Landscape Photography in Arches and Canyonlands National Park Utah

Banff Landscape Photographer

     Around my home in Banff, Alberta the landscape photography is pretty amazing at the world class level.  However, even I need a vacation to travel somewhere else every now and then.  Last month, April 2015, Kazue and I decided

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