Profile

Cover photo
John Fujimagari
Attended Mount Royal College
Lives in Carstairs, Alberta
12,804 followers|464,226 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTubeReviews

Stream

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  For a photographer seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time is invigorating, amazing and awe inspiring. Walking along the South Rim trail is a great way to spend a few hours, communing with nature. As the sun lowered in the west, it became selective…
  For a photographer seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time is invigorating, amazing and awe inspiring. Walking along the South Rim trail is a great way to spend a few hours, communing wit...
4
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  The Big Indian might not be politically correct these days, but the name lingers on in Monument Valley. I’m shooting this from about a half mile away from the West Mitten. The Big Indian is the monolith to the right and is over a mile away from my…
  The Big Indian might not be politically correct these days, but the name lingers on in Monument Valley. I’m shooting this from about a half mile away from the West Mitten. The Big Indian is ...
2
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  The Shiprock formation is in the far northwest corner of New Mexico, just east of the Arizona border. It’s the most prominent feature of the area. For some reason the memory is etched on my mind. When I think of returning to the Four Corners region,…
  The Shiprock formation is in the far northwest corner of New Mexico, just east of the Arizona border. It’s the most prominent feature of the area. For some reason the memory is etched on my ...
5
David Mathre's profile photo
 
I am also thinking of going back to the Four Corners region - but will have to wait until next year. Factoid - where the Navajos have the 4-corner monument is not really the true location where the 4 states meet. These days you can check it with a GPS. The real location is on Hopi land, but the Navajos won't let the Hopi tribe put a road to it.  The other comment is that DxO had a dehaze tool at least two years ago (as a plug in to their raw processor). They just never did a good job of advertising the tool. They also had better software for lens corrections - which are also features that have been added to Adobe Raw and Capture One. 
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  Late afternoon at the Reader Rock Garden the cross lighting throws back light on a bed with Irises. In the best light…
  Late afternoon at the Reader Rock Garden the cross lighting throws back light on a bed with Irises. In the best light…
5
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  “The sky grew darker, painted blue on blue, one stroke at a time, into deeper and deeper shades of night.” ― Haruki Murakami, Dance Dance Dance The view from the north of downtown is always a thing to behold. The buildings have built up now so seeing…
  “The sky grew darker, painted blue on blue, one stroke at a time, into deeper and deeper shades of night.” ― Haruki Murakami, Dance Dance Dance The view from the north of downtown is always ...
2
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  A lone car streaks across an empty bridge in this five second time exposure. The Centre Street Bridge has long been one of my favourite subjects. The small aperture in the lens creates starbursts on the street lamps. In the best light…
  A lone car streaks across an empty bridge in this five second time exposure. The Centre Street Bridge has long been one of my favourite subjects. The small aperture in the lens creates starb...
4
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  To the east of the Grand Canyon Village is the Desert View Watch Tower. From here you can see the Colorado River as it winds down the bottom of the chasm. This is looking towards the north. The Little Colorado River joins the Colorado just past the…
  To the east of the Grand Canyon Village is the Desert View Watch Tower. From here you can see the Colorado River as it winds down the bottom of the chasm. This is looking towards the north. ...
2
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
The White House Ruin was one of the locations I had to see on our trip the Four Corners region. We were unable to take our tour in the bottom of Canyon De Chelly due to high winds. I shot this image from the south rim of the Canyon. I found out about this…
The White House Ruin was one of the locations I had to see on our trip the Four Corners region. We were unable to take our tour in the bottom of Canyon De Chelly due to high winds. I shot this imag...
4
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  Monument Valley is one of my favourite locations in the American Southwest. Taken during the Blue Hour, the sun had just set. This picture was shot on a Full Moon Photo Tour booked through Goulding’s Lodge. Taking a tour with a licensed Navajo guide…
  Monument Valley is one of my favourite locations in the American Southwest. Taken during the Blue Hour, the sun had just set. This picture was shot on a Full Moon Photo Tour booked through G...
5
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  Sunlight gleams off the side of some irises growing on a hillside at Reader Rock Gardens on Cemetery Hill in Calgary. In the best light…
  Sunlight gleams off the side of some irises growing on a hillside at Reader Rock Gardens on Cemetery Hill in Calgary. In the best light…
3
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  A bush with brightly coloured flowers caught my eye at the Reader Rock Garden near Stampede Park in Calgary. In the best light…
  A bush with brightly coloured flowers caught my eye at the Reader Rock Garden near Stampede Park in Calgary. In the best light…
5
Add a comment...

John Fujimagari

Shared publicly  - 
 
  Scotsman’s Hill is a great spot to view the city skyline. We arrived just before sunset and found a vantage point where things lined up where I wanted them to be. The new towers in the Beltline block the view of the Bow Building. I wanted the spill of…
  Scotsman’s Hill is a great spot to view the city skyline. We arrived just before sunset and found a vantage point where things lined up where I wanted them to be. The new towers in the Beltl...
3
Add a comment...
People
In his circles
3,735 people
Have him in circles
12,804 people
Adam Sinko's profile photo
Rigor Nerpio's profile photo
Glamour Photography's profile photo
Bella Nouva (NewMusic)'s profile photo
黄浩松's profile photo
Alexandre Gomes's profile photo
Jeffrey Bake's profile photo
Christoph Walter's profile photo
diembo safary's profile photo
Work
Occupation
Photographer, Blogger, Traveller
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Carstairs, Alberta
Previously
Calgary, Alberta - Weston, Ontario - Peoria, Arizona - Taber, Alberta
Story
Tagline
@jfuji - Photographer, Traveler, Ponderer, Philosopher, Blogger
Introduction
I live, eat and breathe photography. Always willing to learn more.
Bragging rights
Survived the Darkroom, now can be seen in the daylight!
Education
  • Mount Royal College
    Public Relations, 1976 - 1978
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Try the mushroom burger
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My favorite place for soup and a sandwich. Don't forget Fridays are Piedays!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
2 reviews
Map
Map
Map