Welcome to my blog! You will find short tutorials here outlining some lightroom and photoshop techniques I use as well as musing or thoughts on photography and my adventures. 

My Five Favourite Milky Way Shots of 2016

November 04, 2016  •  1 Comment
Last year I did a blog post on my five favourite Milky Way shots of 2015 and I thought it would be fun to do again this year. But it was much harder this time. This season I ended up with a lot of photos from a few epic adventures considering I was only able to get out a maximum of a couple times a month due to weather. We unfortunately had a lot o...
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Milky Way Misfortune, Sunrise Success

October 05, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I try to do very thorough planning for my photography adventures and I’ve written a previous post about Planning Your Big Hits (or Misses). In this post I will tell you about an adventure that should have worked out, but completely failed. Except for the part where we came up with a new plan for sunrise instead. On October 1, 2016 I wanted to get...
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Tutorial: Meteor Stacking

September 05, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I recently made my first attempt at stacking a Perseids Meteor shower photo in Photoshop (PS) and after posting my image I had a few people contact me about how I edited the photo. This tutorial only covers the portion of processing for stacking meteors from multiple shots into one image. In order to keep this tutorial short and manageable I will a...
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Get "That" Shot

August 29, 2016  •  2 Comments
“I want to get that shot” is something a fellow photographer said to me one night when discussing places we want to visit and photograph. I thought it was interesting statement, especially after they elaborated on what they wanted. I’ve been hearing and seeing this statement quite a bit lately. Some people actually want to set up the shot to match...
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The Impact of Your Images

April 21, 2016  •  2 Comments
This post is going to expand on something I mentioned in my previous blog post and lead into some musings on what makes a great image. I’ll start with what the last post touched on and that is missing your shot. Even with all the planning and effort you may put into going out to get a photo, it can just not happen. It’s useful to be able to adapt t...
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