A gorgeous video documenting a couple’s journey traveling through Chile & Patagonia. So inspiring!
COLDPLAY Live in Vancouver : April 21st
Coldplay popped into town this past weekend and put on one helluva show. They never fail to enthrall the audience with fantastic light spectacles and euphonious music. The show topper this tour was the “bracelets” that everyone in the audience were given. These multi-coloured wristbands would light up during songs like “Charlie Brown” and “Hurts like Heaven” from Mylo Xyloto. It felt like we were in a giant disco ball! This was definitely a clever way to make the audience feel as if they were a part of something. To top things off the opening bands were City and Colour and The Pierces! Coldplay is a must-see band live!!
#604 Photowalk 6
I Joined the #604 Photowalk crew a few weeks ago for their 6th installment of walkabouts around Vancouver. We met up at the Equinox Project Space ready to be inspired by the Fred Herzog exhibit. The exhibit was a love story of old Vancouver and we all left eager to do some street photography. We strolled along Main street spotting hipsters, interesting stores and even a dog on a motorcycle. I’m not particularly pleased with the shots I took that day but I had a fantastic day overall. Please check out the photos of the talented photographers there that day at the #604 Photowalk Blog.
Edge of Richmond
Took the camera out for a walk the other day due to the unusual gorgeous weather in Richmond. Photos are of London Landing and the dyke by Steveston Hwy.
An entrancing video by daihei shibata of a high speed train ride from Shinosaka to Tokyo. Edited with an awesome mirrored effect.
Illuminate Yaletown 2012
Illuminate Yaletown is a fantastic light affair that features a variety of artists whose installations are placed throughout the heart of Yaletown. Even though it was a rainy evening there was a pretty big turnout and people were having loads of fun. Some of the neat happenings were: light bouncing off of buildings, interactive displays, ice sculptures and even a fire performance!
Unfortunately I did not have my tripod with me but I still managed to capture somewhat non-blurry photos. It’s definitely a photographer’s paradise with all the opportunities to play with light and shadow. I look forward to going back next year!
I joined a group of inspiring individuals (@cicychan, @vincechow, @amyyyyyt, @irvlau, @dangerphoto, @bdshaler, @gluttonwithacam, @mananetwork) on a photowalk last week. After a tasty breakfast at Paul’s Place Omelettery where I jumped on the bandwagon and joined Twitter (believe it —>@tiannank) we started our walk. We roamed 13 km of the Vancouver streets snapping photos, playing tag (no joke!) and sharing lots of laughter. I managed to try out Tilt Shift lens for the first time, which is portrayed on some of the photos below. To top it off, we ended the day digging into gigantic plates of nachos at The Foundation on Main. Awesome.