Brian Kowalchuk

Brian Kowalchuk

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As a photographer I celebrate what I like to call "happy accidents". Although I should tell people I meant for them to happen. Here is an example. While shooting a sunset I noticed a horse and buggy coming. I quickly reframed the shot to include it. After I got home I opened the image and to my delight I noticed the reflection of the sunset on the buggy. In my opinion, that's what makes this shot.

I also want buy a large one of these "happy accidents", beautiful photo!

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This is a great inspiring article.I am pretty much pleased with your good work.You put really very inspiring and full of information.. Keep it up. Keep blogging. Looking to reading your next post.
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It is almost perfect, this shot is almost perfect, I can barely see heaven in this photo. - Green Water Technologies

Happy accident should be a professional term =)

Where can I get one of these in a large format?

Where can I buy a large one of these?

Argenton E - you can contact Brian directly through his Facebook Page.

Beautiful image of a Waterloo County scene.

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