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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 … 
September 25th, 2013

Behind The Shot: ‘Walking The Bike’ by Clint Trahan – Whistler, British Columbia

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Sam Reynolds Whistler British Columbia Crankworx Red Bull Joyride house overhead shot fisheye Canon (Photo by Clint Trahan/ShutterDreams)
This image of Sam Reynolds was shot in Whistler, British Columbia during the Crankworx Red Bull Joyride on August 18, 2013. When setting it up, I looked at the surroundings, the overcast weather, and what the clouds were doing. I made the decision to capture some images from angles not being covered by the sea … 
October 4th, 2011

Field Testing the New Canon 8-15mm Fisheye Zoom

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Second Beach Camping Washington
There are people out there who completely despise the fisheye lens.  They feel that the world should have a straight and perfect horizon. In some situations they are completely right, I on the other hand fell in love with the fisheye many, many years ago. On a whim I went out and bought Canon’s 15mm …