Big World, Tiny People


Welcome to our brand new education blog; made by photographers, for photographers. If you’re here, it’s probably because you’re like us. You love photography. And you love the humans/animals/places/things you photograph.

For this inaugural post, we want to tell (and show) you all about a free workshop that we’re gifting to everyone around the world. Announcing…

Big World, Tiny People

A Free Workshop for Photographers

Oct 28, 9:00 am PDT / 12:00 pm EDT

Info & Sign Up

You can click on that link above (or at the bottom of this post) to learn all about the workshop, and get yourself signed up for FREE. And don’t worry if you can’t attend live. As long as you’re signed up, we can email you a link to watch the replay.

But in the mean time,

Sit back, relax your mind, and have a scroll down through some of our favourite images of humans out there in the places that they love. These environmental weddingscapes (not a real word) are examples of the imagery we’ll be deconstructing and demystifying for you, live on Oct 28. Hope to see you there.


If you want to kiss the sky, better learn how to kneel

On your knees, boy!

Have a swipe through some wild humans out there in the world, moving in mysterious ways, surrounded by atmospheric skies.

Big Plants, Tiny Humans

Our Deep Connection to Nature

Tiny humans, surrounded by the natural world that sustains them.

Urban WeddingScapes

Concrete Jungles

We don’t have to be surrounded by nature, to make captivating images of humans in their unnatural environment.

Pocket Full of Rainbows

Aiming for the Pot of Gold

Did you know that rainbows don’t even actually “exist?” They’re not objects, they’re optical phenomenons. But we can see them. And we can photograph them!

Winter Vibes

Ice, Snow, and Frozen Asses

Shooting in waist deep powder, and minus 40 degree temps, is not without it’s challenges (and rewards).


Bokeh Balls

We’re forever fascinated by the way our lenses render out-of-focus points of light.

Bokeh Panoramas

AKA “The Brenizer Method

These wide angle images were made with telephoto lenses. They are composites of several (or many) frames stitched together.

“We are made of star stuff.”

Carl Sagan

Nothing places humans on the surface of a planet, quite like astrophotography.

Big World, Tiny People

FREE Workshop for photographers

Oct 28, 9:00 am PDT / 12:00 pm EDT

This workshop will dive into the art and craft of making big “weddingscape” photographs that wow your clients (and complete strangers). We’ll reveal and detail the ingredients necessary for being able to execute these kinds of images spectacularly, even in places that you may never have imagined possible (many of these were made in ditches and parking lots).

Sign Up right here, right now.

P.S. Don’t worry if you can’t attend live. As long as you’re signed up, we will email you a link to watch the replay.

See you Oct 28!

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