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Photographer of the Month: Daniel Burdett

The most important thing any artist can have is the desire and hunger to create. This motivation gets you out the door, challenges you to learn new things, to go outside at ungodly hours of the day (or night) in all sorts of weather, to edit behind a computer for hours, and then to repeat it all over again. This month we travel to the West Coast of Canada through the lens of a person whose desire to create has seen him develop a stable of photography skills, and an impressive portfolio, through a few years of dedicated work.

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Crater Lake

We love the work of our BC Editor, Curtis Cunningham. He's a photographer with an EYE. Now, one might argue that all photographers have that eye, but Curtis is something special.

Cloudscapes

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Dec 31, 2013 / 0 comments

Perhaps the most magical of all nature's features, clouds are a gateway to dreaming. Remember when you were small, finding shapes in clouds, and then seeing them morph into something else within seconds? And then, if you're a parent, teaching that to your kids.

Photography and Lens Tips for Travelers

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Aug 16, 2013 / 0 comments

I love to travel and undoubtedly one of the most rewarding aspects for me is the opportunity to capture beautiful images that I can then share with my friends and readers. As much as I love photography, cameras and lenses can quickly add a lot of extra weight.

7 Super Shots

by Dr. Jessie Voigts /
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Mar 11, 2012 / 0 comments

My 7 favorite photos:

A photo that...takes my breath away

sunset, Lake Michigan

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Looking through the windows of China

A teenage girl peers from a guesthouse room at a village in Tiger Leaping Gorge. A stunning natural wonder tucked away in China’s Yunnan Province, the gorge is one of the world's deepest canyons. Here the Yangtze River is pushed to the narrowest point of its 4,000-mile long journey.

Two women, perhaps talking about the strange guy with the camera, on a bus in the far south of China (probably about 10 miles from the Lao border).

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