Our Loweprofessionals are hard working professional photographers who travel to and explore many different corners of the world. We thought it would be fun to take a peek at their adventures, show you some of the amazing images they capture and how they achieved them.
To kick off this series we are featuring Loweprofessional Paul Morrison. Normally you will find Paul with a Whistler BP 350 AW on his back photographing skiers in Whistler B.C. His images take us from the beautiful landscapes of British Columbia to the busy streets of Havana, Cuba.
They say the Matterhorn is the most photographed mountain on earth and it’s easy to see why. Switzerland in general, but Zermatt, in particular, are much like a visit to Mecca for mountain lovers. My first time there this past winter made me want to return as many times as possible in the years ahead. Here one of the numerous trams brings skiers to the top of one of the many different zones of one of the world’s largest ski areas. Look closely on the far side of the valley and you’ll see many other lifts, some even larger than this one.
Havana, Cuba is like no other place I’ve ever been and is a treasure chest of opportunities for photography. The dilapidated but colourful architecture, the meticulously maintained ’50’s American cars and very friendly and proud people.
Tofino, British Columbia is on Vancouver Island and is most of a full day’s journey from Canada’s third largest city, but despite that it feels like it’s simply in another world entirely. This is what November 1 looked like in 2017.
Canoeing on a small subalpine lake along the Columbia Icefields Parkway south of Jasper, Alberta. The Canadian Rockies are home to the some of North America’s most dramatically beautiful mountains and small pristine lakes as well. Nice being able to combine those with a red canoe!
– Paul Morrison
You may find Paul on social media by following the below link.