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20 May 2013
world portrait photography

Photography Workshop, Intro to the DSLR

Learn the basic functions of your digital camera (DSLR) in a 3-hour photography workshop with me on Wednesday, June 12! After much interest and a lot of planning, we are happy to announce this photography workshop. It is the first in a series of photography workshops that we are developing for the general public and businesses in the Comox Valley. This photography course is a great introduction for someone with little or no experience with their digital camera. It’s a […]

15 May 2013

Photography Slideshow, Travels in Sri Lanka

Photography Slideshow Highlighting Sri Lanka There’s a photography slideshow happening in my studio tonight! Since my return from Nootka Island, I’ve been meaning to post an image from that adventure and promise I will. But, I’ve been busy getting things ready for the photography slideshow that’s all about Sri Lanka. I can’t wait to share this incredible place through my lens. Unfortunately, this event is sold out. But, this is the first of our new travel series. More details on […]

07 May 2013
professional portrait photography

A Professional Portrait Can Make The Difference

Professional Portraits In the fast-paced world of the web and business, you have exactly a millisecond to capture your online audience’s attention. But as much as you have to grab it quickly, the visual nature of the the web delivers awesome possibilities to do it really well. Strong photography can be a big part of that wow factor that pulls the eyes in and gets people clicking. If you’re selling a product or service that is an extension of your own […]

01 May 2013
portrait photography

The Mossi King’s Yellow Shoes, Burkina Faso

Dig the Mossi King’s yellow shoes—what a hipster. The King himself is a pretty important fellow—he has over 6 million subjects. I shot some portraits of him as well; it was the obligatory thing to do. But what really intrigued me were the attendants who sat at his feet.  Every time the king would say something, the three minions (the other two are sitting next to the man wearing purple) would snap their fingers like exclamation marks at the end of […]

30 Apr 2013

Sweating at a forge, Bamako, Mali

As if being close to the equator isn’t warm enough, this guy works at a forge all day. The beads of sweat tell the story. Mali’s average life-expectancy is 53; poverty mercilessly grinds people down. The Recycler’s Market is on the outskirts of Bamako, the capital of Mali. Here, metal waste is recycled into useful products from car parts to cooking utensils. It’s amazing what resourceful people can do with so little. Bye for now. G  

Gordon Ross

Welcome. I'm a Comox Valley photographer based out of my photography studio in TinTown, Courtenay, BC, Canada.

I love to tell stories with dynamic images and I specialize in portraiture, sports-action, lifestyle and travel photography. Check out my portfolio and my photo stories.

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Gordon Ross

"The artistry of Gordon’s work is that his photographs illustrate truths about his subject matter that wouldn’t otherwise be seen."
- Mac Newton, The Asana Room

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