. Dragon's eye sunset last night near Wetaskiwin, Alberta, as an incoming cloud bank complimented the scene at the perfect time. Using cloud cover apps like Ventusky and Astropheric, I was able to forecast ahead of time that the broken cloud cover in this area should potentially create good sunset conditions.
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. The final rays of sun setting after a long, but thrilling day of showing @scoobuhhsteve around Jasper National Park recently. It's always a wonderful feeling to see the passion and awe of someone from out of country visiting this area for the first time. Have a great weekend everyone! If you're looking to visit the Canadian Rockies and want someone to show you around to all of the best spots, feel free to send me an e-mail. I'm fully licensed and insured for photography operations in all of the National Parks of the Canadian rockies. Cheers!
. Not much structure from this storm the other night in Wetaskiwin, but it sure pumped out a lot of bolts. My first decent lightning show of the season 2 nights ago. f16 | 1s | ISO 50 @nikoncanada D750 with 20mm prime lens
. A beautiful scene last night after chasing some minor storms in the Wetaskiwin area. A rainbow was starting to appear around sunset so I had to find a composition fairly quickly. Luckily, I had a few locations pinned in this area which would make a nice foreground, so I opted for this abandoned building. I took a 5 shot pano here and stitched it together in @lightroom. I've posted two similar shots here, cropping out the far left tree on the second image. Curious to know which one do you prefer, and why? Thanks for looking!
. A fun little shoot last week in Canmore, Alberta. I went with a fairly simple composition here with not much for cloud cover. The rocks in the foreground seemed to compliment the few clouds nicely. I wasn't going to shoot at this location on this trip, but since it was less than 5 minutes from my hotel, I ended up here on my first night in town, and randomly ran into my friend @dylonwaldron here. Always great to meet up with other local photographers!
. Sunset along the Athabasca River in Jasper National Park recently. Nice, fast moving clouds here for a 2 minute long exposure. Shooting on location with @deviantoptiks & @scoobuhhsteve.
. A wonderful moment late one evening recently where I had the chance to quietly and safely observe and photograph a grizzly cub with it's mother. As they grazed on fresh vegetation, the cub playfully stood up a couple of times and some humorous frames were caught on burst mode. Swipe right ➡️ for more. Which one is your favourite? Technically tricky images to take later in the evening in the low light just after sunset, shooting at ISO 3200, but the @nikoncanada D750 excels in those types of situations.