There’s something about a panoramic view, maybe because we don’t shoot them often, mainly because they can be a challenge for editors and for layout. The lone drummer was an early arrival for a high school band practice.
The beautiful thing about the weather here on the southern tip on British Columbia’s Vancouver Island is that this photo could have been taken this week as I saw lots of golfers on the links while driving around. The unfortunate thing about the weather here is that this image was actually taken last June.
The cover for the February 2013 issue of SOAR magazine features construction from greater Victoria’s West Shore.
DOA front man Joe Keithley was in town playing a gig during the band’s farewell tour. Joe has decided to seek the NDP nomination in Coquitlam – Burke Mountain in order to run in the upcoming May provincial election. We decided to take a few portraits in front of the BC Legislature building in the afternoon. Here’s a few images from that shoot and one from the show.
One image from a series on the BC Ferries for Black Press, walking up the ramp to board the ferry at Tsawwassen.
A feature on dogs for the first issue of Oak Bay’s Tweed magazine.
A few images from a feature on growing bonsai trees in the new magazine Tweed.
An image from a project looking at the forest of the Pacific Northwest.
Back from a few weeks worth of holidays, lots of driving and visiting and not a lot of photography which made this posting from Dan Milnor an interesting read. Dan talks about how photographers often feel they need to always be photographing, working away at something. He’s recently come to feel that attitude means he’s missing out on other things life has to offer. Food for thought. I did shoot a few photos though, such as friends/family above and the Vancouver image below.
A couple of weeks off which has been good for some travel, Kamloops, Maple Ridge, Vancouver and Portland, and now I’ve been doing some printing. I know everyone seems to be going for big photographs but I’m enjoying making small prints.