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Pam Blackstone

I work in Victoria, Canada
Weekly Canwest columnist for many years. Covered technology, leisure, lifestyle. Provided photos to accompany articles. Covered workshops and interviewed photographers. Taught digital camera courses. Provided tips for effective shooting. Travel photography experience includes Western Europe and North and Central America. Work featured on RedBubble and Trazzler. Awarded 1st place and several honourable mentions at the latter site. Current finalist in the Art Takes Times Square contest.

Portfolio Photos

A pretty smile is always newsworthy, especially when it's embellished with eye-catching face paint. These two women were captured at Venice's annual winter carnival.
This photo opp literally walked across my path while I was out shooting one day. There wasn't much colour in the image, so I stripped it out entirely for a stronger effect in B&W.
Much of my photography work is travel-related. This was shot in Costa Rica's cloudforest.
Dramatic landscapes always get my attention. This desolate scene was shot at Baja California's El Triunfo, an abandoned mining town that was at one time the largest city in the Baja.
I was actually shooting something else when this pair of women walked across my field of view. The bright pink and the foreground girl's knowing look made the shot.
Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the Seas, making a stop at Willemstad, CuraƧao. The dramatic juxtaposition of lines and curves caught my eye.
A former miner's shack in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. I am fascinated by decay and decrepitude, and this landscape provided lots of photo opportunities.
Rusting shacks in Panama City's Casco Viejo (old town), shot against the glittering skyline of the new city. I am always struck by unusual juxtapositions like this.
Thousands turned out at Canada's B.C. Legislature to protest on a rainy day in 2005. The sea of umbrellas against the misty background made for a powerful shot.


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