I mean to post these every week, but I’m still very forgetful. So for now, here’s the newest episode! We watched “Where the Toys Come From,” a rather obscure made for TV Disney Movie. Check it out! We upload new episodes every Friday at noon!
My friends took part in Extra Life last weekend and we managed to raise over 1,000 dollars for Children’s Miracle Network! It was a great time for a really good cause. I tried to take a few photos of everyone in our sleep deprived state as we played games for 24 hours. The lights were pretty low, but I managed to get a few I was pretty happy with. I’m starting to get a lot more confident shooting in low light conditions so I’ve been enjoying taking indoor photos quite a lot lately.
I missed the past two weeks because life got busy and exhausting on me. I meant to post these shortly after my sister and I went to the Western Development Museum here in Saskatoon but work has been wiping me out and I just kept putting it off. I took a few pictures as we ventured through the Boomtown exhibit in the museum. This branch of the WDM is themed around the 1910s and is meant to show what life was like living in Saskatchewan in that era. There is a main street built to look like a town and a couple of separate exhibit areas, including one that’s supposed to look like a fair/carnival (hence the one picture of a freaky clown.) It was pretty dim inside the museum but I think some of these turned out pretty well. I love the old advertisements and things like that and these museums are a great place to find that kind of thing!
I’m hoping to get some different kinds of stuff shot soon, but for now here’s a few more from my first day with the EOS M3! These are rocks that people paint down by the river here in Saskatoon. I love the colours and texture in these ones!
Our new podcast is up! I keep forgetting to post about it here, but here it is! We watched Muppets Tonight!
It’s late, but here it is! This week I’m posting some pictures of some interesting garbage I saw. I definitely like the second picture better. Kinda looks like some artsy junk with a deeper meaning, but I just liked the composition. And I couldn’t turn down the chance to photograph soemone’s discarded shoes.
Last weekend was Sask Expo here in Saskatoon, and on Sunday my good friend Matt and I took some photos and talked photography. Here are some of my favourite costumes from the expo!