Monthly Archives: October 2010

Shooting NHL Hockey for Rogers SportsNet

I had been told that shooting NHL hockey was going to be very very difficult, but I found it quite easy. The hockey at the NHL level is incredibly fast and you need top end lenses to shoot it, but the biggest challenge of all was the lighting in the Rexall arena, which I was […]

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How I shoot product

I’m pretty open when it comes to my shooting techniques. Because of the fierce competition in our profession many professional photographers keep their secrets close to the chest. Others get insulted when another photographer takes influence or copies their work. Personally I could care less if anyone copies my work because I feel that pretty […]

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Today was a good day.

Today I had a cancellation and re booked a shoot for a full day for a furniture manufacturer. Well it was actually for an agency, but you get the idea. Usually I charge a cancellation fee, but in this case it was a welcome day off. I spent the first half catching up on processing. […]

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Election Night Coverage 2010.

(Mandel supporters hearing the results) Here is a series of photographs from Stephen Mandel’s Election Night (last night) event in which he secured his third term in a major victory. My involvement with Mandel’s campaign was that I shot his portrait that was used as his 2010 campaign image. (Taking a pause before addressing the […]

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This week and Architectural and Interior posts…

This past few weeks have been really busy, shooting a few campaigns for WEM (West Edmonton Mall) some portrait sessions and some work for Pattision Outdoor. This upcoming week has looks great as well tomorrow (Monday) I shoot an interiors session for Avenue Magazine, a portrait series for a pretty big law firm, Tuesday I […]

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