Monthly Archives: January 2012

Want to be an amazing photographer? Start with being a great assistant by Noah Fallis

Calgary based photographer Noah Fallis has written an amazing article about the road to being a photographer starts with being an assistant. I love this article and all young photographers should read this. I’m currently assisting when i’m not shooting and i totally agree with everything he has written. Here’s a small excerpt but you...

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Photo Booth Time

Our house mate Laurie had her 30th Birthday a few weeks ago and it was dress up as a memorable movie character. So as a gift for her i set-up a photo booth with a trigger and timer and a full studio set-up. Everyone went to so much effort, this was the only was to...

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New Gear

I recently upgraded to the new Pocket Wizard Radio Triggers in an effort for chase that high speed sync i’ve been chasing for years. The Mini TT1 and Flex TT5. I have been using them for about a week now and i’m not dissapointed. I have been shooting up to as fast as 640th of...

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Pro Golfer – Gordon Parker

A few weeks before Christmas Gordon parker and I hit North Lakes golf course. I only had 2 hours with him that we stretched out an extra half an hour. We started on the back 9 as the front 9 was being used by the early morning guys. Again i didn’t get a great sky...

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Why Athletes- Nikon D4

This video was filming to promote the Nikon D4. I’m not a Nikon person but this video is amazing. The quality of production and the amazing shots are awesome. I can relate to it as i have been rollerblading for 15years and this same thing drives me. Photographing athletes drives me just as much these...

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