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C+O Photograph Folk Musician Michael Bernard Fitzgerald

We recently had the opportunity to photograph Michael Bernard Fitzgerald when he came through Edmonton.  For those who are unfamiliar with his work, you should definitely take a listen.  He writes very upbeat and catchy songs and puts on one hell of a live show.   This was one of the bigger names we have photographed in our young career …

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Cooper + O’Hara Photograph for Cavalia Odysseo’s Edmonton Tour

Cooper + O’Hara were brought on as the official photographers for Cavalia Odysseo when their tour was in Edmonton from July to September, and now we’re SO EXCITED to finally share a bunch of images that we captured during that time.     Photographing for Cavalia Odysseo was a fantastic experience and we wish them all the best luck of luck in …

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Cooper + O’Hara Demo Editorial Photography at NAIT

A couple weeks ago we were invited to the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) to do a lecture and demo for the Photography program. Specifically we were asked to talk about Editorial photography. We were incredibly excited to teach and share some of our knowledge.   In addition to lecturing about what opportunities exist in the world of editorial …

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Eric Bracke & Highlands Golf Club, Edmonton (GOYAS)

With the prime of Fall now behind us in Edmonton I’m really glad I made the decision to head out to Highlands Golf & Country Club with Eric Bracke to make a few golf action shots and a portrait or two. And even though it rained on us the whole time, it was still great to get out and take …

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San Francisco Travel Photography Essay Pt. 2

Continuing on with the photo essay of beautiful San Francisco, this week I’m sharing a few more photos of the city – including a few common tourist haunts like Alcatraz, and also the highlight of the trip: a Sidewalk Food Tour taking place in the Mission district! Street cars and Cable cars from San Francisco, and imported from other cities like San Diego and …

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Portland Travel Photography Essay

Despite being a professional photographer, I often suck at documenting my own life in pictures. It’s the multitasking that I struggle with. I’m either full-bore photogrpaher mode, or focusing on fully experiencing and being present. There’s no easy in-between for me. On my latest trip – this time a road trip to Portland & Vancouver with my fiancé for our 5th …

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Make The Image Only You Can Make

What is about you that makes you different and separates you from others within your craft? This is a very important question. What kind of responses do you first think of? Go ahead, write them down specific to you, I’ll wait. If you feel like it, share it in the comments below. For example, last week Thomas posted about his band, …