• Bret Culp Photography Summer 2015 Update

    Welcome to my summer Bret Culp Photography update. In this installment I’ll be discussing solargraphy, Milky Way astrophotography, time lapse, photo talks, workshops, magazine appearances, a podcast interview, new work and more. If you know someone who would be interested in this, please consider sharing it. All best, always, bret Solargraphy Photographs of Time, Space […]


  • The Cheltenham Badlands Are Closed

    Nestled unexpectedly within the iidyllic Caledon Hills an hour north of Toronto lies the Martian landscape of the Cheltenham Badlands. It has been one of my favourite photographic locations since I learned of it while on location for television show in the 90’s. During my initial visit I knew that there were many great photographs […]


  • Solargraphy – Winter Solstice to Summer Solstice

    My second solargraphy experiment is a six month 182 day exposure spanning from the December 21, 2014 winter solstice to the June 21, 2015 summer solstice. About Solargraphy Solargraphy reveals the path of the sun over a period of time using homemade pinhole cameras and old fashioned light sensitive photographic paper. For this image the […]


  • Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival 2015

    Norman Felix Gallery, Toronto, Canada May 1 to 31, 2015 Opening Night: May 7, 2015 (6pm – 2am) I’m in a group show for the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival again this year. CONTACT is the largest photography event in the world, and a premiere cultural event in Canada.It stimulates excitement and discussion among a diverse […]


  • Revival of Landscape Photography

    Image Ages Magazine Landscape Photography Issue A selection of my work and a question and answer interview was featured in the landscape photography special issue of Image Ages Magazine, a photography publication from Hunan, China. The front cover, left, portrays the surrealistic photography of Luis Beltran. The article about my work is entitled Humanism. The […]


  • Milky Way Photography (A Short Tutorial)

    This is a relatively simple photography tutorial that will help you to create stunning photographs of the Milky Way galaxy using your current photo equipment and utilizing the image stacking technique. About the Milky Way The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy approximately 120,000 light-years in diameter and containing between 100 and 400 billion stars, […]


  • Finding Your Photography Style – Podcast Interview with Bret Culp

    You can listen to a recent podcast conversation I had with Marko Kulik about developing your unique photography style at Photography.ca or on iTunes. Pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast #134 fea­tures an inter­view with Toronto, Ontario fine art pho­tog­rapher Bret Culp. Dur­ing the inter­view we talk about find­ing and devel­op­ing your own pho­tog­ra­phy or shoot­ing style. Bret offers […]


  • Solargraphy (128 Day Exposure of Time, Space and Weather)

    My first solargraphy image, below, is the result of a 128 day exposure made from August 16 through December 21, 2014. About Solargraphy Solargraphy is an alternative photography process that uses homemade pinhole cameras and very long exposures to record the suns movement across the sky over days, weeks and months.  A single image allows […]


  • The 5th Let Kids Be Kids Camp Trillium Benefit

    Camp Trillium’s Let Kids Be Kids Benefit, University of Guelph, Canada May 3, 2014 I’m very happy to have donated a photograph and a signed book to Camp Triullium’s Let Kids Be Kids silent auction. It’s heartening that an organization such as Camp Trillium exist in a sometimes cold and indifferent world. Camp Trillium – […]


  • Roger Ebert Didn’t Fear Death

    Life, Love, Wonder and Laughter Roger Ebert recently passed away. With the loss of one of the great advocate of cinema I am reminded of a relevant and poignant quote of his which I filed into my impermanence notes several years ago. “I know it is coming, and I do not fear it, because I […]