Mark Jinks | Alberta Canada 🍁 (@markjinksphoto)

Landscape, nature, & travel photographer @ImagesOfCanada team πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ πŸ“§


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. First light on Mount Rundle from Two Jack Lake, Banff National Park, last spring. Taken with the @nikoncanada D750 with 20mm prime. f11 | ISO 100 | 15s

. "Transcendence" Northern lights fill the sky over an old abandoned trappers cabin along an outflow stream on southern shores of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.

. The great melt is in full effect, creating great reflection conditions with all the meltwater. Here's a 3 minute long exposure shot using a @nisiglobal 10 stop ND and 3 stop soft grad. Starter kits and long exposure lessons available. Contact me for more details.

. Happy first day of Spring! Shot on the @nikoncanada D750 with 24-120mm F4 lens. #nikon_canada F18 | ISO 100 | 210s

. Sunset along the Bow River in Banff National Park this weekend. Love it when that soft evening light hits Castle Mountain and adds a golden glow. I was fortunate to be part of an amazing creators summit in Kananaskis this weekend which was graciously hosted by @travelalberta. I met so many incredibly talented artists to draw inspiration from, and had a chance to catch up with some good friends. F11 | ISO 100 | 1/3s 3 stop soft grad ND & Polarizer 6 shots focus stacked for front to back sharpness.

. The great melt has commenced. Looking forward to scenes like this again. Emerald Lake, British Columbia. Taken with the @nikoncanada D750 with 20mm 1.8 prime. F16 | ISO 50 | 4s

. A collection of scenes ➑️ from the Northwest Territories. Just finalized plans to return to this magical place this fall. Super stoked! Which photo is your favourite from this collection?

. A 6+ minute exposure at Honeymoon Lake in Jasper National Park. Shot on the @nikoncanada D750 with 24-120mm F4 lens. #nikon_canada f16 | ISO 50 | 382s 15 stop ND

. A few photos showcasing Spring in the rockies ➑️ The slow process of the great melt is about to begin. Can't wait to see those reflections again! Which is your favourite?

. Lightning is definitely one of my favourite and most challenging subjects to shoot. Here is a few favourites ➑️ from the last couple of years. These photos were all taken with a telephoto lens, it's critical to shoot this dangerous, wild, and unpredictable phenomenon from a distance. Did you know Canada averages over 2 million lightning strikes per year?

. A collection ➑️ of sunrises highlighting Mount Rundle, at Vermilion Lakes in Banff National Park. Which one do you like best?

. Hang in there, Spring is just around the corner. Besides the warmer weather, what's your favorite thing about Spring? This is one of the locations I use for my photography workshops in Edmonton, AB. I still have some availability for the end of March and early April in small group sessions. Also available for private lessons. Link in bio.

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