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A simple reflection of the beautiful colours of Emerald Lake, BC, as Mount Burgess catches some late day light in the early evening.

. A simple reflection of the beautiful colours of Emerald Lake, BC, as Mount Burgess catches some late day light in the early evening.

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Earlier this week I was treated to some of the most intense alpenglow I've ever seen, at Two Jack Lake in Banff National Park.

This only lasted for a few moments as the first light pierced the blue hour on this beautiful morning. I was shocked to have this location all to myself for most of the sunrise on this day.

Shot on the @nikoncanada D750 with 20mm prime lens.

f11 | 60s | ISO 100
6 stop ND

Swipe right ➡️ to see a behind the scenes video of when I took this image.

. Earlier this week I was treated to some of the most intense alpenglow I've ever seen, at Two Jack Lake in Banff National Park. This only lasted for a few moments as the first light pierced the blue hour on this beautiful morning. I was shocked to have this location all to myself for most of the sunrise on this day. Shot on the @nikoncanada D750 with 20mm prime lens. f11 | 60s | ISO 100 6 stop ND Swipe right ➡️ to see a behind the scenes video of when I took this image.

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Early morning light cutting through the mist to the foliage at Athabasca Falls in Jasper National Park recently.

Swipe right ➡️ to see some behind the scenes video footage of the raw power of nature at this location. 
I've spent the first week of June in Jasper National Park about a dozen times over the years, and had never seen the water flow quite this high. Within just a few days, the water levels had returned to normal spring run off levels.

Shooting on location with @shane_turgeon & @scoobuhhsteve.

. Early morning light cutting through the mist to the foliage at Athabasca Falls in Jasper National Park recently. Swipe right ➡️ to see some behind the scenes video footage of the raw power of nature at this location. I've spent the first week of June in Jasper National Park about a dozen times over the years, and had never seen the water flow quite this high. Within just a few days, the water levels had returned to normal spring run off levels. Shooting on location with @shane_turgeon & @scoobuhhsteve.

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That's a wrap! Just finished up our multi-day Jasper in June 2019 photography workshop retreat in beautiful Jasper National Park with @deviantoptiks and an amazing group of participants.

Lots of laughs, learning, and friendships made, as our participants learned advanced techniques such as focus stacking, bracketing, metering and exposing correctly, shooting in manual modes, how to see different compositions, storytelling, blending and masking in post production, and how to work around variable weather conditions.

Looking forward to our Jasper in June retreat next year, event will be launched soon! Still some spots available for our Jasper Transitions workshop this coming October.

Spending one more day relaxing in Jasper, before heading off to Banff for some workshops next week.

. That's a wrap! Just finished up our multi-day Jasper in June 2019 photography workshop retreat in beautiful Jasper National Park with @deviantoptiks and an amazing group of participants. Lots of laughs, learning, and friendships made, as our participants learned advanced techniques such as focus stacking, bracketing, metering and exposing correctly, shooting in manual modes, how to see different compositions, storytelling, blending and masking in post production, and how to work around variable weather conditions. Looking forward to our Jasper in June retreat next year, event will be launched soon! Still some spots available for our Jasper Transitions workshop this coming October. Spending one more day relaxing in Jasper, before heading off to Banff for some workshops next week.

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A 3 minute long exposure during sunrise over the Miette Range, as seen from Talbot Lake in Jasper National Park.

Fast moving broken clouds on this particular morning were a long exposure dream, as a smorgasbord of colour filled the sky.

Shot on the @nikoncanada D750 with 20mm prime lens.

f11 | 183s | ISO 50
Circular Polarizer 
6 stop ND 
3 stop medium grad ND

Shooting on location with @shane_turgeon & @scoobuhhsteve.

. A 3 minute long exposure during sunrise over the Miette Range, as seen from Talbot Lake in Jasper National Park. Fast moving broken clouds on this particular morning were a long exposure dream, as a smorgasbord of colour filled the sky. Shot on the @nikoncanada D750 with 20mm prime lens. f11 | 183s | ISO 50 Circular Polarizer 6 stop ND 3 stop medium grad ND Shooting on location with @shane_turgeon & @scoobuhhsteve.

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Nights in the northern wilderness along an outflow stream of Great Slave Lake, NT, on lands of the Katlodeeche First Nation.

Cant wait to get back up to the Northwest Territories for some Aurora viewing this fall!

Taken with the @nikoncanada D750 with 14-24mm 2.8 lens.

14mm | f2.8 | 6s | ISO 1600

. Nights in the northern wilderness along an outflow stream of Great Slave Lake, NT, on lands of the Katlodeeche First Nation. Cant wait to get back up to the Northwest Territories for some Aurora viewing this fall! Taken with the @nikoncanada D750 with 14-24mm 2.8 lens. 14mm | f2.8 | 6s | ISO 1600