Photography 101: Taking a well composed photograph using just your viewfinder

The objective of this lecture is to help you realize what you see through your viewfinder is what your photo will end up looking like. Once you learn this, it won’t be necessary to use scissors or Photoshop since you will end up taking a nice photo to start with. Framing a good photograph is… Continue reading Photography 101: Taking a well composed photograph using just your viewfinder

Concert Review: James Brown breaches 5th dimensional space to funk up Calgary

A massive pillar of people huddle inside the MacEwan Student’s Centre. Imposing people in red shirts shuffle along the quivering mass of humanity to make sure no one tries to hurdle the steel gates containing them. When the clock strikes seven, the red shirts converge to the head of the pillar and allow the people… Continue reading Concert Review: James Brown breaches 5th dimensional space to funk up Calgary

Cross Country

Talent With a talented field, you can’t accuse the team of being talent-less. With names like Shannon Slater and Renee Kaylor on the women’s side and Geoff Kerr and Andrew Carruthers on the men’s side continually contributing huge success to the Dinos, the results speak for themselves. Effort The women did extremely well, dominating Canada… Continue reading Cross Country

Report Card: Men’s Soccer

Talent With fewer newcomers than last year, this team was still on the young side. However, they didn’t lack talent. They had many consistent contributors who shone on some days and blended in on others. The stats from the regular season didn’t show this team’s true potential. Effort Scrappy, indeed. That shows heart. When they… Continue reading Report Card: Men’s Soccer