Calgary Photographer Curtis Comeau is based in Western Canada and works out of Calgary and Edmonton Alberta. His work crosses as wide array of photographic portfolios including Commercial photography, editorial portraiture, travel photography and portrait commissions.
Curtis speaks at various schools and clubs discussing topics on how to improve photographic works and techniques.
As a professional photographer Curtis has been commissioned to photograph various NHL hockey players, Olympic athletes and people of influence. He has also photographed Indy Car driver Danica Patrick, Hugh Heffner, Terry Clark and other well known faces.
The photographs in Curtis various portfolios can be descried as the following.
His travel photography includes a wide range of countries. His approach to travel work is candid, using almost always-natural light, with very little Photoshop techniques used to enhance the photos. What you see is what was there.
His product work takes simple approach with this strengths resting in photographing the fine and intricate details of the actual product. His commercial portraiture approach is a mosaic of styles from the works of Nigel Parry and Patrick Demarchelier.
His approach to shooting interiors is to try to understand what the architect was trying to accomplish with the actual interior. He often mixes daylight and tungsten light to create dynamic interiors which give the sense of depth and realism. However he also uses strobes and tungsten to light in specific situations.
Portraits are the main stay for Curtis. To explain his work you simply need to browse the portfolio sections.
His editorial work ranges of course because various magazines hire him for various work ranging from Architectural to portraits. His cameras include the Canon 1Ds Mk 3 and the Phase One medium format P30+ which offers 31 mega pixel images.