A fun little shoot last week in Canmore, Alberta.
I went with a fairly simple composition here with not much for cloud cover. The rocks in the foreground seemed to compliment the few clouds nicely.
I wasn't going to shoot at this location on this trip, but since it was less than 5 minutes from my hotel, I ended up here on my first night in town, and randomly ran into my friend @dylonwaldron here. Always great to meet up with other local photographers!
Steppin up to the plank of life
I only had a couple minutes at this spot before @mp4ro and I were kicked out..or rather chased out lol. I am still so stoked to have gone to this spot thanks to @cassi_lee . I only had two minutes to shoot, but I still love the capture.
Headed out to Hawaii for my next gig/ adventure 🌺 much love and I will miss you California ❤️
I’ve been spending a lot of timing honing my Milky Way edits lately. There is so much amazing content out there to learn from if you’re willing to take the time to find it.
This is a composite edit of the Milky Way and a blue hour shot near Mt. Rainier. I know there’s a bit of controversy about these composite astro images. But I just wanted to try something new and see how it turned out. ———————————————————————
Sony a7iii w/ Sony GM 16-35mm f/2.8
Foreground: ISO200, 35mm, f/11.0, 2.5s
Sky: ISO16000, 20mm, f/4.0, 30s (12 image stack)