"Canmore is a beautiful mountain town nestled in the Canadian Rockies. I was looking forward to shooting some time lapse of the mountains on my day off. The day was over cast and no mountains could be seen. I was disappointed. At about 4PM I decided to take my dog for a walk (or he decided) and brought my camera. I keep telling people its a lot of fun finding the beauty in the mundane. I thought I would put my imagination and camera to the test."

Video by Graham Twomey

No matter the challenge, Banff Photography is more than capable of handling it! Above is a video displaying our most recent group photo, a group of 170 done for General Electric! If you are looking for someone to tackle your staff portraits in the Canadian Rockies give us a call at (403) 762-3562 or e-mail us at info@banffphotography.com.

Director of Photography’s Photo/Video of the day:

This was taken on a very cold winter night in Regina Saskatchewan.  I on assignment shooting a hotel and stuck in my room as it was -37 outside.  I looked out the window and huge snow flakes were falling and the city was glowing orange.  I like to say it was orange because of all the lights reflecting off the huge snow flakes…. not sure if that is true or not but I am sticking with that story.  Looking out at this amazing light I just had to brave the cold and get a few images.  This is a 360 with a bracket of 9.  The snow flakes are not visible because of the long exposure.

Nikon D300 Tokina 11-16mm

Director of Photography’s Photo/Video of the day:

A Chinook arch over the famous rock just outside Okotoks  near Calgary Alberta.  I was sent by a friend of mine to do some spec shots of this rock.  Timing was good that day and a truly amazing Chinook arch formed over the rock.  This is the rock that Big Rock Beer is named for.

Hasselblad H1 Imacon Digital back 80mm lens (this is a single row stitch shot)