Friday, 21 September 2012

Graham Osborne

As an artist, Graham is a photographer who love taking natural pictures. He is a hard working photographer with many knowledge in photography. He enjoys working  outdoor and taking landscape pictures whenenver he can. Graham is a dedicated photographer who is very passionate with taking pictures.

His style is taking landscape pictures of mountains, rivers, plants, trees, weathers and so on. He works with reflections in water and make misty effect making the water look soft and slightly blurry. He also takes pictures on different times of the day with different colours in the sky.

He shared his work to earn a living by becomeing British Columbia's one of the best photographer. He enter his work in different magazines such as National Geographic Traveler, Outdoor photographer magazine, Beautiful British Columbia... As well as creating a book with his own photographs. He was a field correspondent with Equinox Magazine and shared his pictures. He gave workshops to audiences worldwide and exhitibited his pictures in galleries internationally.

Five pictures of Graham's I like best:

*Ice Box Canyon, Spatsizi Wilderness, British Columbia. Picture of misty waterful effect with blue background.
I like this picture because the soft, misty effect on the waterful makes the picture look really nice. It   gives a cool but somehow warm and light feeling when you look at the picture. I also like how there are lots of rocks and trees/mountains around the waterfall.

*Lion's Gate Bridge at dawn, Vancouver, British Columbia
Picture of Lion's Gate Bridge with emerald green light reflection on the water.
I like this picture because of the light effects. The colours, sky lights and the water goes really well together. I like how the sky isn't just one colour but mixture of blue and orange. The water has the reflection of a colour of emerald which I think is really unique and rare to see/find. The long bridge with many tiny lights look like little diamonds.

*Old growth rainforest, Mount Rainier, National Park, Washington.
Picture of Old growth rainforest with lots of tall trees.
I like this picture because of how mystical the trees look. They are all very tall and alike but each one contrasts from one another. I also thought it was interesting how the mosses cover the tree trunks; making it look green instead of brown like they should be. The leaves near the edges of the picture looks kind of like a frame and the small person in red in the picture shows how big the trees really are compared to a person.

*Marsh near Merritt, British Columbia
Picture of marsh with wheat.
I like this picture because of how the picture was taken. The wheats appear larger than they actually are compared to the small lake/marsh. The colours and the shapes of the sky, the water reflections, and the mountains make this an amazing picture. How the clouds are set up goes really well with other objects in my picture as well. Some parts of the picture appears slightly darker than other areas. For example, the big images like the wheat and the clouds, and around the border of the picture appears darker than near they appear near the centre of the picture (where there are water and mountains). It looks like the water and the mountains are glowing from the light.

*Sea to Sky Highway at sunset
Picture of the sea and the highway at sunset.
I like this picture because I thought it was really cool how the sky have different colours-almost like a rainbow. The sea is purple and the line of the road somehow looks like it matches the colour of the sea. The bright, glowing stream of light on the side near mountains make the picture stand out in the dark.

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