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2302, 2017

Guest Perspective | Cherry Blossom Photowalk

By Joyce Chua My photography of the cherry blossoms has always been somewhat in vain; I’m taking pictures in passing, when I’m waiting for the bus, or when I happen upon a row of trees and have a moment to spare. Needless to say, I was thrilled to hear that Vancouver

1302, 2017

Meet the Team | Ricardo Seah

We'd like you to meet the newest addition to our team, Ricardo Seah! Some of you might've had the pleasure of photowalking with him in Gastown or on Granville Island already and if not, hurry up, he's only here until the end of May! His favourite thing to photograph is landscapes,

102, 2017

Valentine’s Day Special | Free Mini Shoot for Couples

This Valentine’s Day ditch your selfie sticks (they need a break, too!), and let us work some photo magic! We will bring our favourite portrait lens and make sure that you will leave with a lovely couples portrait. Basically, it’s a photowalk with a bonus! Feel free to come with

2401, 2017

6 Basic Food Photography Tips

With the Dine Out Vancouver Festival in full swing, we thought we'd share our 6 Basic Food Photography Tips, the recipe for the perfect shot! Enjoy! #1 | GOOD LIGHTING Ideally, we recommend natural light from the window but bright indoor light can work, too Make sure that you

1701, 2017

16 Reasons Why Canada is the Best Place to Go in 2017

Did you hear about this? The New York Times picked Canada as best place to go in 2017! Here are 16 reasons why we couldn't agree more! #ExploreCanada because you can relax in a hot mineral pool surrounded by rainforest - Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park, BC because the mountains

501, 2017

Long Exposure Photography | What’s your vision?

First, let's start off with what the word ‘vision’ in fine art photography means. Almost all beginner photographers take an image and then see what they can do with it. The more experienced you become, the more you learn to ‘pre-visualize’, meaning to see in your mind's eye what the

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