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Darcy Evans

Darcy Evans



“I was always interested in the creative process, but have zero artistic abilities as far as drawing and painting goes. The camera allows me to use my eye and not my hands” claims Darcy Evans of Darcy Evans Photography (, but one could hardly doubt his artistic aptitude upon examining not only his images, but the success that he has experienced in his first year as a professional photographer. Evans has shot publications for Sugarkiss magazine and has also won top macro photo at the Edmonton Photography Trade Show and received an honourable mention from the Alberta Photon Camera Club International Expo where over 4000 entries were received. Despite his success, Evans remains an artistic soul, often cruising through the Alberta countryside and finding inspiration in everyday objects, nature, and people in his life. Evans has a natural affinity for nature photography, and delights in discovering the beauty of everyday objects, and would one day love to travel the world to photograph everything from the mundane to the extraordinary. Until then, Darcy Evans Photography will continue to capture the essence of intrigue and beauty, if not with his pen, then most indefinitely with his lens. Please like my Facebook page!
  • Canon 7D Mark II
  • Canon 5D Mark III
  • Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art
  • Sigma 120-300mm f/2.8 Sport
  • Sigma 105mm f2.8 Macro
  • Canon 24-104 f4
  • Canon 85mm f1.8

My Doll Collection Shoot.

Published April 5th, 2012

The inspiration from this shoot came out of my longstanding fascination with the psychology behind serial killers what makes them break from accepted social morality, what motivates them and what attracts them to each victim; how each is special. One day last year, I was just driving to work one day and passed one of those self-storage places that rents out bays by the month. For some reason I just had this image flash into my head of how many of these facilities across the world could hold answers to missing people and murder cases. The images in this shoot are a representation to me of what a serial killer might envision his victims as; living dolls waiting for him to visit and play with.....

These shots are 95% in camera. Minor retouching was done to enhance lighting, etc.

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