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Chasing the Aurora – An Amateur's Perspective
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Chasing the Aurora – An Amateur's Perspective

When most Albertans go to sleep I am usually checking the current geomagnetic data – I am chasing the northern lights, also known as aurora borealis. Around Edmonton auroras are visible approximately 40 times a year, even more so further north. When I came to Canada I thought auroras can […]

What's in my bag: A Travel Photography Gear Guide
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What's in my bag: A Travel Photography Gear Guide

See the original post here. LEARN MORE ABOUT KRISTIN For the last four months, I’ve been travelling around northern Europe shooting some of the most spectacular landscapes in the world. Nearly every waking moment has been consumed by planning shoot locations, re-planning those shoots when the weather doesn’t cooperate (which […]

Montreal's Metro – The Beauty Below
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Montreal's Metro – The Beauty Below

What began as an academic project exploring the world of architecture photography has grown into an all-out personal obsession with the Metros of the world. Jean Talon Day in and day out, I traveled Montreal’s Metro to and from school, observing the same stations from the same perspectives – a […]

A Shot in the Dark
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A Shot in the Dark

Truly dark skies are found in fewer and fewer locations on Earth. That is one of the reasons that I have become a Landscape Astrophotographer. Photographing the beauty of our night skies gives me the chance to share the beauty with people. Also, it helps to raise awareness to the […]

Storm Chasing
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Storm Chasing

Storm chasing has become increasingly popular with the increase of social media and storm chasing reality shows. I often get asked when did you start photography and storm chasing and surprisingly the answer is the same. July 26th, 2012. I went out on my first storm chase with a Fuji […]

A Photographer's Journey
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A Photographer's Journey

My name is Joel Robison and I’m a 30 year old Canadian conceptual portraiture photographer from Cranbrook, British Columbia. Looking back into my photography journey, it appears that I kind of fell into it by accident. Growing up as a kid in a hockey-driven, mountain town. Cranbrook was an interesting […]

Racing the Lights
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Racing the Lights

As you can imagine, living at 42.9837° N in London, Ontario, Canada doesn’t give me much of an opportunity to see the lights. And on the rare occasions that they do happen, I have to compete with cloud cover, moonlight and bright city lights. But that’s what makes it so fun! If […]

A Modern Day Pompeii
Destinations

A Modern Day Pompeii

Somewhere down in the Eastern Carribbean exists a tiny little island named Montserrat. It is a place of exotic beauty where everyone makes you feel as though you have come home. The mountains are lush with green, the unique black sand beaches are lapped with clear blue water and the […]

Into a Rain Forest
Destinations

Into a Rain Forest

A few weeks before departing for my photography expedition to Costa Rica, I pondered the idea of trying something a little bit different. For me this was tough as I would hate to get so far away and be unhappy with the gear I chose for the trip. I decided […]

Antarctica – Sensory Overload
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Antarctica – Sensory Overload

I knew what I was supposed to be doing. I knew what I was there for. But I couldn’t bring myself to do the job for which I’d travelled 3200 nautical miles and across three continents for. My cameras and equipment—the tools of my trade—hung loosely at my side. My […]