The Weekly Photo – April 18
The photo below is a ‘shift-stitch’ using my Canon 17mm TS-E lens taken on the March 2011 Winter Photo Tour. I had the camera in portrait orientation and then shifted the lens down to include more foreground and then shifted the lens up to see more sky. The two photos were then layered together in Photoshop. This location is the Glory Hole (named by Daryl Benson) in Jasper National Park which is a great sunrise (this photo) or sunset location at any time of the year. I am just putting the finishing touches on my photographer’s guide to Jasper National Park which will be released in early May on the How to Photograph the Canadian Rockies website. In it will be details on where, when and how to photograph the Glory Hole!