Casey 3 Photo

Urban Landscape/Photo Journalist/Fine Art Photographer

Monthly Archives: March 2011

Lo-Fi Cell Phone Photos

Yup, the title pretty much summed ‘er up.


Under Exposed

Rifflandia – Unposted

MTPWSY: Brianna Munro

Who are you?

Brianna Munro from Kamloops BC

Schooled or self-taught?

Self taught, but had a few photographer friends teach me theory!

When did you first pick up a camera and the moment you just knew?

Well i did get my first lime green film camera when i was in grade 6. All i did was take pictures of my friends in the school yard or on field trips. I loved having a camera in hand. Went from those times, to yearbook class, to writing my career goals the summer I graduated (my sister “forced” me to…a photographer was one of them).

What type of photography do you specialize in and why?

Portraits of people. I love capturing the emotion of peoples smiles, or the love showed in a couple on their wedding day.

Favorite lens and why?

my 50mm 1.8. I’m bokeh obsessed!

Who are your influences? And if you had one question to ask them, it would be ….. ?

Zack Arias! I love his work and hes so brilliant at giving advice and teaching photographers! I would probably ask him why he got into the world of photography.

Ideal gig would be ….

A individual photoshoot in Victoria BC. Victoria is so gorgeous!

If there is any advice, whether it be camera or business related, it would be …

Don’t give up on your dreams!

For more of Brianna’s work, visit:



Leaves from the backyard. I love the texture and the waviness to them, almost looks like they’re swimming or floating.

I also did some more random shots of watches, chains, etc.

Isn’t All Photography Still Life?

I Thought I’d Take This Path Home


Did some photos of my bro for a project he’s working on.

Photographing Lumber

I set out on a mission today to get some photos, but I didn’t have the intention of photographing old piles of lumber. There’s an old sawmill in the industrial side of town that’s been abandoned for years now and so I thought it would make for some interesting photos. When I got there I took a few wide shots and then it happened — I got distracted with a bunch of stacks of old lumber sitting in the yard. I immediately fell in love with the texture and the design of the wood so I got in close and took some photos. Here they are:

New Work

New Frost’d Landscape’s

Urban Photos