A quick shoot of CASA Lethbridge, Alberta building last night. PERFECT light for the look I wanted to get!
A cold fall day exploring the river bottom turned out to be a nice warm fall day. Funny how a day that looks like it will be bad can turn around.
Daytime Studio Rental Special – $50
Monday (9-3) Tuesday till Thursday (9am to 5pm) – up to one hour set-up time and two hours shooting for $50 plus GST
Evening Special – $65
Tuesday or Wednesday evening from 5 till 8
This special will run till December 23, then from December 26 till the 30 or as space is available.
I also have time available on December 8 & December 15th – up to 3 hours $65
The above includes use of 5 professional studio lights, wireless remote, permanent and fabric backdrops, waiting room and our HUGE washroom/ change room / makeup room, free parking and a central location for easy access from all over the city.
Also available for an additional fee: 2 extra studio lights with modifying kits along with wireless control system, paper backdrops, viewing room with 50″ TV.
I will also teach you the basics of studio light for $20 additional or take one of my courses to learn more
Or call 403-327-1114
If you are using one the the APS sensor cameras, and most people are, here is a conversion guide for you to figure out the crop factor for your lenses..
The conversion guide give you the working MM of a lens when put on a crop sensor body.
So for instance a 50mm lens when put in a cropped body is actually 80MM. A 600mm lens when put on a cropped body is 960mm. Most times it is not important what the MM’s are but if you do need to know this will help.
Some of the APS cameras that are available are:
Canon Rebel line, Canon 10D, 20D, 40D, 50D, 60D, 70D, 80D, Canon 7D with the 1.6 crop factor
Nikon D7200, Nikon D500, Pentax K3 and the Sony Sony A77 with 1.52 (I used 1.52 – there are some versions 1.53 or 1.54 but it gets to confusing to add all these)
(there are more brands and models but this is a sample)
If you want a printable copy click here https://www.firstchoicephoto.ca/CropPage.jpg
The Lethbridge river valley is a place that holds a lot of history and a lot of wildlife. There is a lot of wildlife that I never thought that I would see down there and one of them is wild turkey. Went down on Sunday and came across 7 turkeys enjoying the sun and a meal. Not sure how wild they are but they were down there and were not too worried about people walking by or taking their picture.