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Introducing Your Kids to Photography

  Photography is such a wonderful hobby to have. It’s incredible for creativity and for stretching your imagination to see the world in a new way. The best part? It’s incredibly accessible – for ALL ages! Here are a few tips to get your kids into photography and help...

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Understanding Lightroom – Part 2

  Lightroom is a complicated beast! Let us help you explore and understand this awesome program a little better. Here are our next 3 quick tips! Click here for our first 3 tips (if you missed it last time!) and stay tuned for even more!  1. Locking the aspect...

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Understanding Lightroom – Part 1

    Lightroom is one of the world’s best organizing and photo editing programs. However, it’s often not the most intuitive program to use… Here are 3 tips today to help you get more out of your Lightroom program. 1. It’s really important to understand how Lightroom works. The...

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Top 5 Reasons to take a Macro Photography Course (with us, of course)

  So our FIRST Macro Photography course is quickly approaching in Calgary, (on July 9th!). This course is being run by Neil & Mary, our incredible owners and Instructors from Kelowna! The course is a regular schedule at our Kelowna location and it’s been a raving success. Here are 5...

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Best Father’s Day gift for Photography-Enthusiasts

  So it’s that time of year again! It’s one of our favourite times here at LPC as we just LOVE Dads. They are some of the strongest and most compassionate people we know – always there when we need them and always ready to lend a helping hand....

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Top 5 Underrated Calgary Photography Locations

You’ve probably seen Calgary Peace Bridge photos on Instagram a thousand times. Or perhaps your Facebook feed is flooding with photos of the Calgary Tower. Although we love YYC, photographing the same places over and over again can get repetitive and (GASP!) unoriginal. At times, you’ll have to discover...

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How to Photograph Flowers

April showers supposedly bring May flowers, and we’re feeling optimistic so why not make a blog post about flower photography? Here are 5 tips on how to create stunning photographs of flowers!   Highlight Subjects Depending on the location of your shoot, (a public garden, a green house, a...

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Photographing with a Slow Shutter Speed

Purposely using a slow shutter speed while hand holding your camera can create abstract and dreamy images and its fun! I like starting with a shutter speed of 1/8 of a second to make these types of photographs. The speed of your subject may require some adjustment to your...

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Photographing Wildlife

If you’ve ever been to Jasper National Park in Alberta, you know that during spring and fall the elk abound.  I’ve seen elk wandering the streets of Jasper.  Bear and deer are also seen frequently.  What an awesome opportunity to photograph wildlife! There are some things to be aware...

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Sweet Light

Photography is writing with light. If you want to “write” beautifully, pick the nicest time of the day for the best light.  On the down side, the best light is at sunrise, which means getting out of bed and “out there” before the sun rises.  You might not be...

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