Art of Headshots is excited to be a photographer in Calgary by offering our unique process for capturing a vivid portrait branding and social engagement.
Calgary is a unique city in North America, situated in the confluence of the Bow River and the Elbow River in the out of Alberta at the foothills and prairie. About a million habitants live in Calgary the capital of Alberta.
Famous for the Calgary Stampede, the Winter Olympics in 88 and oil production. Some may argue that Calgary is the opposite of Vancouver, citizen’s of both cities have nothing but great words for each other. Being a fan of Calgary I am excited towards offering services in Calgary.
Our unique process for photographing individuals has already been received favourably during our first session in January and we will be returning on a regular basis until we hire a full time photographer to adopt our process for photographing Art of Headshots in Calgary, Alberta.
The Calgary Stampede is an annual rodeo, exhibition and festival held every July in Calgary, Alberta. It attracts over one million visitors every year featuring the world’s largest rodeos, a parade, midway, stage shows, concerts, agricultural competitions and First Nations exhibitions
1988 Winter Olympic
The 1988 Winter Olympics, which was the XV Olympic Games in Calgary, Alberta between February 13 and 28, 1988. Hosted a record of 57 nations, which may never be match as it was the last year of USSR and the divide between the East and West.
Calgary Games at the time was the most expensive Olympics ever held, but as in tradition with Calgary it net a surplus that was used to maintain the world-class facilities developed for the Winter Olympics.
Oil and Gas industry in Calgary is the capital of Alberta and Canada’s energy capital. Decisions are made and deal are brokered in Calgary. Alberta produces nearly 70 per cent of Canada’s crude oil and almost 80 per cent of its natural gas. Canada has the third greatest reserve of crude oil in the world, behind Venezuela and Saudi Arabia. It is estimated that the region could present over nearly five per cent of global oil production by 2025.