Photo Blog Maple Ridge BC Canada

In writing a photo blog, just like in photography, finding your inspiration is the first step to a successful project. If you don’t have inspiration off the top of your head, then you’ll need to search for it. But where? Follow some major photography blogs like ours. Subscribe to your favorite photographers on Facebook and Instagram, like us! Browse some large scale photography magazines… and simply open your eyes and look around, inspiration is everywhere!
Once your creative blogger juices are flowing, stream them to the right direction with the following list of possible topics:

    A new photography technique you experimented with.

    An exceptional event or photoshoot you were part of.

    “Behind the lens” – a description of your day as a photographer.

    A photo report from a recent trip you’ve been on.

    Your story of how you decided to become a photographer.

    A list of photographers that inspire you.

    Interesting clients that you’ve worked with.

    The funniest things that happened to you at work.

    The magical moment you’ve always dreamed of capturing.

    The pros and cons of being a photographer.

    A personal photography project you’ve just completed.

    A digest of recent photography news (a new camera release, an inspiring photoshoot, and so on).

    Your personal hacks that will make any fellow photo bloggers day.

Truth is, we could go on and on – the options for blog content and blogging are practically endless. As they say, appetite comes with eating. The more you read and write, the more inspired you will be to come up with original topics for your photography blog. Just pair it with a catchy title and you got yourself a hit.


Wildlife photography is a genre photographers offer by documenting various forms of wildlife in their natural habitat.

As well as requiring photography skills, wildlife photographers may need field craft skills. For example, some animals are difficult to approach and thus a knowledge of the animal's behavior is needed in order to be able to predict its actions.

Photographing some species may require stalking skills or the use of a hide/blind for concealment.

While wildlife photographs can be taken using basic equipment, successful photography of some types of wildlife requires specialist equipment, such as macro lenses for insects, long focal length lenses for birds and underwater cameras for marine life.

However, a great wildlife photograph can also be the result of being in the right place at the right time and often involves a good understanding of animal behavior in order to anticipate interesting situations to capture in photography.

In the early days of photography, it was difficult to get a photograph of wildlife due to slow lenses and the low sensitivity of photographic media. Earlier photos of animals were usually pets, stuffed, and zoo animals. These included photos of lion cubs taken at the Bristol zoo in 1854 and in 1864, photos of the last Quagga by Frank Hayes. Wildlife photography gained more traction when faster photography emulsions and quicker shutters came in the 1880s. Developments like these lead to photos such as the ones taken by German Ottomar Anschutz in 1884, the first shots of wild birds in action. In July 1906, National Geographic published its first wildlife photos. The photos were taken by George Shiras III, a U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania. Some of his photos were taken with the first wire-tripped camera.

We all know BC is beautiful. But that doesn’t mean we’re above drooling over landscape photos. What are your favourite B.C. tourism destinations?

Landscapes are a favorite subject of many photographers, professionals and hobbyists alike. Whether you are an experienced professional or a beginner looking to learn more, following the right website and blogs can be extremely helpful to your own growth, and if you love landscapes it can be very enjoyable as well.

Pretty much everyone now has a camera in some way, shape or form.

You should be giving landscape photography a try. Let us explain. Anyone can give landscape photography a try. It is just so accessible. Head out the door with your smart phone in hand and start shooting what you see. You don’t need to worry about adding light like flashes or reflectors, you don’t need tripods and filters to get great shots and cityscapes work just as well as landscapes. There are also plenty of locations where you can grab great shots just by sticking your camera out the window of your car. While it is very accessible, mastering it can take an entire lifetime.

There are technical aspects that must be learned like compositions rules, camera settings and the exposure triangle. To take your images even further you need an artistic vision to tell a story. It is all about the story. Always. It is also really hard getting up at 4am to catch a sunrise. Plus climbing up a mountain is no picnic, although, you do often have one at the top. However when you take on these challenges you will be rewarded with great images and a deep sense of satisfaction that will keep you wanting more. It does not hurt to be lucky either, especially when it comes to the weather.

Photoshoots are not something we produce, it's something that produces a change in us and our clients.

In all our years and thousands of photo shoots, we have yet to finish a project and not look at the world in a new way. The camera lens captures what the human eye leaves behind. We consider ourselves nothing less than chroniclers of the human condition, for better or worse. When you see our photos, We think you'll agree.

A professional photographer would impel spectators into a dynamic head-turning environment inspired by a truly unique itinerary.