Two years of waiting for the right time and inspiration to process this amazing scene finally resulted in this epic image. I’m definitely keeping the first one to myself.







Accidental Sunrise

Was accompanying Emily to her first class at a pilot school tonight and decided to sit in and refresh my memory. When we wrapped up and left the building  we faced the most spectacular sunset with rich detailed clouds and distant rain showers. Its a shame I didn’t have my camera with me and had to use my phone 🙂

675_Calgary_photographer_Alexander_GubskiSamsung Note 5 – 28mm – 1/125s – f/1.9 – ISO 64

671_Calgary_photographer_Alexander_GubskiSamsung Note 5 – 28mm – 1/125s – f/1.9 – ISO 64

673_Calgary_photographer_Alexander_GubskiSamsung Note 5 – 28mm – 1/125s – f/1.9 – ISO 64 – Panorama

672_Calgary_photographer_Alexander_GubskiSamsung Note 5 – 28mm – 1/125s – f/1.9 – ISO 64 – Panorama

Alpine Blossom

I took back to the mountains on Sunday and this time I have decided to do something new. Such as vertical panorama. I have set the camp at Moraine Lake road overlooking the Valley of Ten Peaks. Sunrise was muted and uneventful, but when sun finally broke out of clouds later in the morning the scene came alive. I think it turned out quite nicely.


Nikon D800E 24-70 f2.8 – 1/15s – f/22 – ISO 100 panorama of 2 vertical shots.