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Prairie Light

February 23, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Prairie light I have spent the last few months barely involved in photography, I take my camera out but to no avail. I thought, what I should do is go back and look at my old work and see if that inspires me. I have this issue of looking back at my work, I know I shouldn’t do it, but I do anyway. Some of my most popular work, and most published wo...
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The Best of 2017

December 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I bet you figured out that this is not a blog in 2018. Well you'd be right this is still 2017. I'm getting a head start on the year that's going to change my life. I thought to started off I would do something like I did last year, but I decided I didn't want to do anything that represented a video. So here are the 15 best images that I captured...
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A short update

December 06, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Just a short blog, to tell you that I'm making some changes. Firstly pain no attention do any of the catalog prices, I've got quite a job changing stuff other catalog prices will be the first thing to change. Secondly the galleries will be changing! It is been high time since I've changed how I present my images. I feel it is much more benefici...
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Layers - Drew May Photo20170610_MAY0286-Edit

December 02, 2017  •  1 Comment
Standing on a Ridgeline above the mighty Athabasca River, I was drawn to the light and clouds. I could only see this in Black and White, so I milled over this image for days and spent the common multitude of hours creating a black and white that is my vision, and that is always a time consumer.
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Struggles

May 28, 2017  •  1 Comment
Have you ever had a feeling nothing you photograph or have photographed, is all garbage? How about the feeling that the gear you have would be better off in the hands of someone that has an idea how to use it? Or worst of all, you are at a spot you have dreamed about and nothing. You just look and look, and you can't find one thing of interest or a...
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