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January 16th, 2015

Photo of the Day by Justin Grimm

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'From The Mists' by Justin Grimm
Today’s Photo of the Day, ‘From The Mists’, was captured by Justin Grimm. “As a landscape photographer I have created a “bucket list” of rare shots I dream of capturing. This is not a list of specific exotic locations I wish to shoot though. Instead, it is a list of rare combinations of light, weather …
February 18th, 2014

Through The Canadian Wilderness with Jay and Varina Patel

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
Through the Canadian Wilderness with Jay and Varina Patel
Shade Tree Films spent several days shooting with Jay and Varina Patel as the duo ventured through the Canadian Rockies.   The video highlights Jay and Varina’s continually developing team dynamic as they work together capturing complementary colors, compositions, matching each other’s timing, and how that fits into their overall approach to landscape photography.   …
January 13th, 2014

Behind The Shot: ‘Ice Dreams’ by Paul Zizka – Haffner Creek, Kootenay National Park, Canada

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Ice climbing mountaineering in the Haffner Creek in Kootenay National Park Canada headlamp night time ISO
This image is the latest result from a series of nighttime climbing photographs I have taken here in the Canadian Rockies. With its extensive ice curtains, ghostly trees and rock overhangs, the Haffner Creek canyon in Kootenay National Park is a truly magical place. It is a location that quickly came to mind when winter …
June 19th, 2013

Behind The Shot: ‘Abraham Lake Icescape’ by Chip Phillips – Canadian Rockies near Banff National Park, Alberta

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Icescape and frozen bubbles, photograph taken on a frozen Abraham Lake near Banff National Park, Alberta Canada
Abraham Lake is one of my all time favorite places to photograph. It is located in the Canadian Rockies just outside of Banff National Park. Around late November the lake starts to freeze over and slowly becomes a photographers paradise. Using crampons for traction, I was able to walk out on the lake and capture …