Tagged: landscape.

Just spent a quick couple of days in Edmonton again, for a commercial video shoot this time.

One of my client’s requests was for me to shoot a timelapse of the city. Among other things of course.

Here is the kind of view I decided to go for. For one of them anyway. ;o)

I shot a lot more, but you’ll have to wait for the video to be out to see them.

Here is the cool thing about glass buildings like the ones Downtown Edmonton. You can shoot the sunset even if you are facing east, you get that amazing light reflecting in the buildings with the night sky in the background. Gotta love those shoots.

More about this very soon.

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  11:35 am, by briceferre 2  |  Comments

View from the Vancouver Lions…

I didn’t use a super wide angle for that shot. The mountain is actually shaped that way.

What a sight…

If you are around Vancouver and you feel like hiking 16km in the rocks, roots and trees, I strongly recommend it…

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Growing up, I wasn’t a big camping fanatic.

Then, I moved to Canada and discovered that camping could be done in places like Birkenhead lake.

I now officially dig camping… ;o)

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This week-end, some of my friends and I decided to go to Whistler for a quick ski/snowboard trip.

This is what was waiting for us.

Here is the thing about Whistler, everywhere you look, you have this kind of view. This is just madness. So many mountains!

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Aids Vancouver’s Auction…

A few days ago I contacted the people from aidsvancouver.org because I knew they were looking to put some art for auction for the AIDS Vancouver Red Ribbon Gala event on November 30th, 2010!

I actually got the idea to contact them after seeing that my photographer friend Kim Gillett got a piece for auction there as well. ( I kinda stole her idea on that one… )

I thought it was a great idea to donate a photograph for the gala so people can spend a lot of money on it and give it all to the Vancouver Aids Associations.

Anyway, they picked those two photos. The first one is Stanley Park in the fall and the second one is Venice during spring.

11:51 pm, by briceferre 1  |  Comments

Bowen…

Today I went to Bowen Island. This tiny Island 20 minutes away from Vancouver is beautiful. There, you’ll get the opportunity to walk in the woods around a lake and enjoy the light coming through the trees. Also every once in a while you’ll cross the path of a famous actor. At least that what happened to me. It went tree…tree…lake…tree…dog…Michael Hogan…tree…tree…
If you watched “Battlestar Galactica”, you’ll know who I’m talking about.

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