Snowshoeing at Elk Pass
As I mentioned in my previous post, while I was out west I got the chance to go snowshoeing in the mountains with my brother. Heres just a few snap shots from the day, it was amazing! There had just been a huge amount of snow and we spent the day plodding through 3 feet of powder.
I spent the last part of 2013 back in Alberta, whenever I am there I try to spend as much time as I can playing outside in the Rockies.
These shots are from a snowshoeing trip I took with my brother(more of that later), I love how vast the sky looks out west and could’t believe how perfect the afternoon light was, I hope you enjoy these views as much as I did.
Back In August I was commissioned by Clean Sheet Communications to produce an image library for the Toronto Cricket, Curling, and Skating Club. It was a crazy 5 days of shooting that had me covering every inch of the facility. I am really proud of how all the work came out, these are a few of my favourites.
If you haven’t been over to peterolson.ca recently there is a ton of new work, check it out!
Here is a quick shot of my friend Tyler, who was kind enough to let me take pictures of her over the weekend.
I have spent the last few months trying to move my work in a much brighter direction. In the coming weeks this blog is going to be quite busy with a whole bunch of new photos that I am incredibly excited to show off, so check back!
This weekend I was taught how to pickle, and I shot this series in between burning myself on sterilized jars.
As with the first creative from out west, I set out to create quiet looking natural light images, and most of all I wanted to convey a sense of solitude and adventure.
Huge thanks to Brodie for helping me out with these shots, he was an awesome subject, despite waking him up before dawn.
This is the first of two creatives that I put together on my recent trip to BC.
I had been thinking about these shoots for a couple months and set out to incorporate the natural beauty of the landscape into these lifestyle photos. I wanted to expand my book, and create some simple, clean, natural light images, something that until now was completely unrepresented in my portfolio.
Huge thank you to Mary for coming out at the crack of dawn to help me with this shoot.
Check back next week for the second creative that I shot in BC.
It’s finally summer in T.O. Just a pair of shots to celebrate the return of the sun.