Author Archives: Rebecca Lippiatt

Edmonton, Alberta photographer offering headshots for professional use, editorial photography of commercial space, and product photography.

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I am honoured to have been able to contribute to this amazing project by Lana Whiskeyjack (you can see more of her work here): http://www.lanawhiskeyjack.ca/

and Beth Wishart MacKenzie (you can connect with Beth here): https://www.linkedin.com/in/beth-wishart-mackenzie-59a47359/

Check out the website here: http://pikiskwe-speak.ca/

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You can see this wonderful film and talk with the artists at:

Galerie Cité
In conjunction with Rubaboo Festival
& Flying Canoë Volant Festival
Installation Dates: January 13-March 31, 2018

Ashukan Cultural Space
In conjunction with the Mixed Arts Festival
Installation Dates: June 1-July 31, 2018
Location: Montreal, Quebec
Special Screening & Conversation in Reconciliation: TBA

Prince of Wales
Northern Heritage Centre
With the Yellowknife International Film Festival
Installation Dates: October 15-November 15, 2018
Location: Yellowknife, NWT
Special Screening & Conversation in Reconciliation: TBA

Regina Public Library
With Sâkêwêwak Artists’ Collective
Installation Dates: February 2019
Location: Main Branch (Screening) & Bothwell Branch (Installation)
Special Screening & Conversation in Reconciliation: Regina Public Library Film Theatre

(check the website for additional dates as they are added)

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Bill Nightingale – Home and Garden Handyman – Edmonton, AB

This is Bill.

Bill fixes stuff.

Bill will do your gardening.

Bill loves working with seniors.

Bill is great.

Get ahold of Bill here:

https://willnightingaleblog.wordpress.com/

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Pilgrims Hospice Sunflower Luncheon

I had the pleasure of photographing the Pilgims Hospice Sunflower Luncheon event at the Hotel MacDonald a few weeks ago.

If you don’t know about Pilgrims Hospice, go and check them out. They are an amazing organisation which provides services for people who are facing a terminal illness, and people who are facing grief. At the luncheon, a teacher from a local highschool talked about the amazing services that the Pilgrims Hospice provides to their students who are experiencing loss.

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This amazing organisation is doing a rather brilliant fundraiser right now.

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You can find out more info here: Build a Community of Compassion: Pilgrims Hospice

And onto the photos . . .
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Posted in Business photography, Commercial, Conference Photography

Edmonton Poet and Author, Anna Sewell

You can find Anna’s work here: https://prairiepomes.com/

Anna has been a constant in Alberta Avenue for over 10 years – she was one of the first people I met when I moved there.

She is fascinating and engaging, throws a mean Robbie Burns party (and serves haggis!), loves the outdoors (we worked on the greening project at Norwood School together) and is a wonderful poet.

I love the light in this photo – Anna’s backyard.

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With Anna being an artist, I knew we had to get in some art in the background. We are both in love with the panels at the Royal Alberta Museum by Ernistine Tahedl. When Anna showed up with a red dress, I knew we had to include them in her portraits.

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Posted in Business photography, Commercial, Headshots

Solar Eclipse Edmonton 2017

I still remember the solar eclipse when I was in grade 3. We had to stay inside so we didn’t all go blind. I am still mad about that.

But this time, I got to shoot the solar eclipse. It was only partial in Edmonton, but still! So excited!! (And I can get over being mad).

I got eclipse sunflair – how cool!!

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And the sun coming and going.

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Apparently you can fry your camera’s innards by shooting the sun – but these were shot between 1/3200 and 1/8000 of a second, and I did some test shots after – so hopefully its ok!! (I found that out after the fact).

Posted in Fine Art, Personal work

Talus Dome – Edmonton evening photography

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Edmonton author headshots

I had the opportunity to photograph another Edmonton author! Emilia Neilsen has a book coming out this year and needed a head shot for it.

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You can check out her work at Emilia Nielsen

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Product photography for Sativa Group

Sativa Group reached out to do some more product photography for their online shop. They have wonderful products you can find here: http://sativagroup.ca/

If you have an online shop – using professional product photography makes the fabulous product you make more likely to sell!

 

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Posted in Business photography, Commercial

Dave Von Bieker

Some of my favourite things are coming together!

Dave Von Bieker will be playing at Cafe Blackbird on August 24. Doors open at 6:00.

You should check them both out!

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**Cash Only Accepted at the Front Doors**

Tickets are as posted:
$5 for a hardcopy
$5 + convenience fee online at HYPERLINK “http://www.yegmusicofficial.com/events” www.yegmusicofficial.com/events
$7 at the door.

**All YEG Music artists/bands get in for free with YEG card**

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Storm Chaser

This beautiful shelf cloud rolled in at the end of our family’s July birthday celebration last night. We were out in the country, but this was over Edmonton.

I could be a storm chaser – but I would totally die. I stood on top of a tractor to get this shot.

 

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And just so you know, my dream job is to do an article for National Geographic.

Posted in Fine Art, Personal work, Uncategorized