Playing it safe. Over the years I’ve learned that my quest for new images has pushed me further and further away from civilization. I always thought I was prepared for anything mother nature could throw at me. However, on my last shoot in Olympic National Park, I quickly learned that situations can change very fast.
In theory, all you need to take a great photo is a camera and some inspiration. But there are a handful of things every photographer should keep in their camera bag to help shoots run more smoothly. Over the years I have kicked myself countless times because I haven’t had a particular tool in my bag when it was needed. Below is a list of items I'll bring during the winter on a day hike.
Being in Nova Scotia and away from the light pollution of the East Coast always reveals great beauty in our skies. Kejimkujik National Park is an amazing place for astrophotography and is actually designated a Dark Sky Preserve.
I really enjoy shooting and traveling the world, and Iceland is a special place for my wife and I, Iceland is a travel photographer's destination. The land and ice masses are so diverse - you can travel from the bluest of the glaciers to the blackest volcanic sand beaches with magical green in between.
We had not intended on stopping but we did and I took the opportunity to walk down a little path, not knowing what to expect, but just around the corner, I found this magnificent landscape with the slopes of the glacier reflecting the sunset and making it seem like it is on fire. Pure luck and pure magic!
As we found out on our recent trip to Iceland - the weather is completely unpredictable and so is nature in general. The land-mass that is Iceland is full of movement - sometimes imperceptible as in the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates that drift apart at about 2 centimeters per year, other times in crazy ways.
The Monochrome Awards is an annual competition for photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. Krycia’s moody Black & White photography titled Vik, won Honorable Mention in the Landscape Category.
There is a reason why the Lakota people from the Dakotas call this place "mako sica" or "land bad." There is a striking juxtaposition in the Badlands - between the beauty of its desolation and the extremely exposed rugged terrain. It is also one of the darkest, quietest places I have ever been to, it really feels like an otherworldly place in its eerie quiet.
So many people around the world know of Asbury Park, made famous by its celebrated son, Bruce Springsteen. It’s really more than a beach, it’s a way of life found on the Jersey shore which is over 100 years old. Asbury Park includes a boardwalk with shops and small food spots as well as the 1920s Convention Hall. It is, to say the least, a hustle and bustle place full of people and commerce.
The International Photography Awards™ is an annual competition for photographers on a global scale, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. Krycia’s moody and otherworldly night photography Titled Badlands, won Honorable Mention in both the Nature-Astrophotography and Special-Night-Photography.
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