Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Posts tagged “blue hour

Pool Of Imagination

Pool Of Imagination

 

An homage to one of my mentors, Courtney Milne, and his Pool of Possibilities.

In the best light…


Reach For The Moon

Reach For The Moon

 

Steve the Astronaut is up a tree in Poppy Plaza

Neil Silhouette

My friend Neil Zeller has been putting on a Photowalk for the past few years around his Birthday to celebrate with friends and to meet new people. The Photowalk this year was another great success. You can follow Neil all over on Social Media. His Facebook Page or Instagram, for examples.


Totem Poles And Yei Bi Chei

Totem Poles and Yei Bi Chei

 

Monument Valley is one of my favourite locations in the American Southwest. Taken during the Blue Hour, the sun had just set. This picture was shot on a Full Moon Photo Tour booked through Goulding’s Lodge. Taking a tour with a licensed Navajo guide allows you access restricted areas not open to the general public.

In the best light…


Mount King

Mount King

 

In the middle of Yoho National Park Mount King lays resplendent in the predawn light. I’m shooting from the Kicking Horse Valley which follows the base of the mountain and runs off to the right towards the town of Field.

In the best light…


Evening Glow

Evening Glow

After the sun goes down, sometimes there is still time for one more shot. To photographers, it is known as the “Blue Hour” that period between sunset and darkness. Depending on your location, it may last more or less than an hour. The lighting is usually very cool and tends toward the blues.

In this image the clouds in the sky took on a violet hue, while the mountains stayed in the blue range.

In the best light…