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Modern Day Heroes

WAG Presents Modern Day Heroes: Photography by Ian McCausland Winnipeg, Manitoba, January, 2016:  The Winnipeg Art Gallery is pleased to present Modern Day Heroes, a new body of work…

Jay Rose with The Petzval lens

Jay came by the studio recently to help me try out my new toy, my Petzval lens. It’s a replica lens made by the Lomographic society and it mimics…

2015 UN International Year of Light

The UN has declared 2015 the International Year of Light and Light-based technologies. As some one who relies heavy upon and uses light to make people and things…

Sony A7s and Wasabi

Back in October I was lucky enough to try out the new Sony A7s, the latest camera in the A& line up. While its getting raves as a…

Finding Vivian Maier and a photo festival

On Good Friday a bunch of us headed down to Cinematheque to see the documentary Finding Vivian Maier. Needless to say it was excellent. Afterwards we crossed the…

Snapseed

Many wonder how I get some of the results I get with my iPhone. Here’s the before and after on a shot I took yesterday. Primarily the editing…

The Sony A7, Exposure and Festival du Voyageur

  You can see all my images over here, the low light shots in the cabins over here as well. Cheeraz from Sony invited me again to one…

Our family portrait by Ramona Garbald Photography

People often ask me “Who do YOU get to do your family photos?!” They ask suspecting that perhaps I would be a very tough client to shoot, but…

Gregory Heilser 50 Portraits

I’ve been waiting for this book for 3 years! Way back in Nov 2011 I was jazzed to drive 16 hours to Calgary to have the opportunity to…

Kevin Frayer in Tacloban

Former Winnipeger  Kevin Frayer is currently in Tacloban documenting the devastation from Typhoon Yolanda. Kevin’s photos  just on Instagram alone, really give you a sense of the overwhelming and…

Mike’s Portrait Project

Mike Deal is working on a year long project of shooting 2013 portraits. I am #1557. Head over there and check out the project. Now all I gotta…

CAPIC Prairie Chapter Blog

I was recently featured on the CAPIC Prairie Chapter Blog CAPIC is The Canadian Association of Professional Image Creators. CAPIC was founded in 1978 as a national, not-for-profit association…

Deborah Turbeville R.I.P

Robert Peters just posted on his blog that Deborah Turbeville has passed away. Turbeville was one of three different women photographers in the 80’s who had a profound influence…

Sony lighting seminar

Last nights seminar at Aspire Studios was a great success. Thanks to all who attended. Here are the snaps I took at the end ofthe night using that…

Friday 5ive: Things I miss about Aperture

well it’s been awhile since I switched from Aperture to Lightroom, so I thought now would be a good time to talk about things I really miss about…

Cornell Creme ice cream

Cornell Creme is a new company offering handcrafted delicious artisan ice cream using milk from their dairy farm in Manitoba. Jolene Olive designed their packaging and website and came…

The Sony RX1

Cheeraz Fouad  from Sony was gracious enough to allow me to play with this new camera, Sony’s Cyber-shot RX1. Hotly anticipated, the mere mention I was receiving this camera,…

Illumination Lighting Seminar

It’s back by popular demand! Feb 17th from 12-4pm The lighting seminar people have been asking for: You can sign up HERE Get ready for another revealing session…

Friday 5ive: advice to new photographers

This past week I had two seperate groups of red River Photo student come and interview as part of their course. I always make time for folks like…

Blue Monday Portraits

About a week or so ago on Friday the 18th I faced a few realizations. The first one was that Monday the 21st was going to be heralded…