Thursday Doors – July 30, 2015

You know when you’re out walking around and you see something photo-worthy but don’t have your camera? I did my standard routine of kicking myself and trying to immortalize this door’s location in my memory, and for once, it worked. I came back the next day and got the shot. You’re welcome. Taken in downtown Vancouver,…

Industry + Art: Granville Island

It’s a well-known photography tip that scheduling shoots around sunrise and sunset will often yield gorgeous soft light, and yet most people neglect the first hours of the day because they’re so early. Waking up with the sun, especially during summer months, feels wrong. The streets are deserted, all the shops are closed, and suddenly each breath and click…

Robson Street at night

The 10 Best Things About Vancouver

1. The architecture. The architecture in Vancouver, especially downtown, has an incredible mix of impressive modern buildings, well-preserved historical structures, and apartments and shopfronts that can only be classified as urban decay. The contrast in architecture makes each block captivating and different than every other. Brightly colored paint is also common–not every building is brown or brick, but…

17 More Photos to Take While Traveling

So travel selfies aren’t your thing? Never fear, you can still take ridiculous pictures while traveling to mix up your camera roll’s neverending series of churches, museums, architecture, and food. Here’s how to get top-notch international silly photos.