Had a beautiful hike up to Joffre Lakes last weekend with Nathalie Kelley and friends. Although portraits are not typically my forte, Nathalie makes it easy to take great shots and the feeling of shooting together felt really natural and genuine from the beginning. I'm really looking forward to working on a few more creative projects with Nathalie in the not too distant future.
A few captures from a weekend fishing retreat with UP KNÖRTH at Madeley Lake. We truly lucked out on the camping spot and weather. Photos were taken by both UP KNÖRTH and myself using a Nikon D7000 and Sony RX100M3.
Putting a new RX100 MK3 through it's paces up at Beverly and Rainbow Lakes yesterday, and I have to say I'm really impressed thus far. To get such great image quality like this in such a small camera/lens package is pretty unbelievable. Overall, it's fairly light (about twice the weight of an iPhone), built well, and a pleasure to use. Here's some samples from my first tests yesterday.
I'll be using this on a majority of my runs and hikes into the high alpine over my iPhone.
I caught that small trout with my bare hands if you can believe it!
Some moody iPhone-only images from a hike up Helm Creek Trail and into Garibaldi Provincial Park. The hope was to catch a glimpse of Black Tusk on this day, but it was not to be. Instead, about mid way through the trek a heavy fog moved into the alpine, at times making it hard to see even 100 feet in front of me.