Hello and welcome to my little neck of the woods (aka the Kristin Repsher Photography blog, or “A Pair of Boots and a Tripod” in honour of my previous travel blog).
I’m Kristin, and I’m the founder of Kristin Repsher Photography workshops, which I run across southern Alberta. I’ve had a fantastic summer meeting photographers from around the world that have travelled to Banff to capture our world-famous landscapes. I’ve seen more sunrises at Moraine Lake than I can even count and have watched shooting stars fly across the sky and the northern lights dance over the mountains while teaching night sky workshops.
Landscape photography is truly my passion, and even when I’m not teaching, I’m out scouting new locations and capturing images for myself. I have so much to share on this topic that it felt remiss to not have somewhere to post some of my tips and general knowledge about Banff and the other amazing parks here in the Rockies.
So what can you expect from this blog? A lot of photography and a little bit of travel — but most of those travel posts will be oriented around either photographic opportunities at a location or specific travel tips for the Canadian Rockies. I want this blog to be a resource, not only for those that attend my workshops, but for any photographer that stumbles across this little section of the web.
I’m looking forward to sharing more; I have quite a few topics planned (from the aforementioned northern lights to driving the Icefields Parkway in winter and more), but if you have a specific topic you’d like to learn more about, please contact me and I’ll see if I can work it in. In the meantime, if you’d like to learn more about the workshops I offer and see my upcoming schedule, you can find both on my workshops page.