Campers Village Fun Photo Friday

I make one rule when I start. Every Friday, haul your Elinchrom ELB400 / Elinchrom Deep Octa 100, accompanying accessories, 20lb camera bag, and carve out time that afternoon to do an environmental portrait.

Some weeks are an absolute home run, and some are merely adequate with me having to rush through with minutes to spare. One week I managed a portrait some 10KMs deep in the backcountry. Needless to say, I have a very successful four month project here and can’t thank everyone enough for playing along!

Enjoy the photos!

Photo of Sheh throwing her head back and arms out while winter hiking up the Berg Lake Trail in a absolute dumping winter snow globe with Shehzadi in Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC CAN.
A man stands beside a canoe on a stand in a camping store, looking like he is in the canoe paddling at Campers Village Edmonton West.
Brooklyn rests her masked face in her hands at the cash register at Campers Village Edmonton West.
Kirby stops to look at the camera while adjusting a backpack at Campers Village Edmonton West.
Foster looking deep into the camera, with a mask on, and climbing gear blurred out behind at Campers Village Edmonton West.
Jeremey stands at his workstation in the warehouse, dramatically lit from behind, a row of socks neatly splayed in fron of him, looking up at the camera pointing his bar code reader with the red light at the camera.
Jessi confidently stands amongst shelves in the warehouse, dramatically lit from behind, one hand on a hip, the other reached out to the shelves, looking to her right.
A woman stands at a work station looking through the cage with boxes of product being counted piled in front of her, in the warehouse with shelves behind at Campers Village Edmonton West.
A women, Rhonda, pokes her head just over two computer monitors with an elaborately decorated wall behind her in the warehouse at Campers Village Edmonton West.
Elliott stands in front of a wall of camp stoves holding a circular saw with wild eyes at Campers Village Edmonton West.
Michelle stands beside a conveyor belt with a packaged kayak coming down, with dramatic lighting behind.
Heather with her arms crossed at her desk, Habs mug in hand, mask on, smiling at the camera with a clean desk behind, at Campers Village Edmonton West.
Iver poses next to his bike with his forearm on the handlebars, a makeshift sign in behind says "Staff Bike Parking" at Campers Village Edmonton West.
Doug sits at his desk with a mask on, and pictures behind him in his office at Campers Village Edmonton West.
A low angle look at Brett lounging in a Kuma Outdoor Gear Bamboo chair at Campers Village Edmonton West.
George sits at his desk, arms folded clasped together in front of him. Two monitors and a busy pin board behind to his right, with a pair of hockey masks on a shelf behind to his right.

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