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Justin Sinclair peers through the viewfinder of his Canon 5D Mark III, and sees memories waiting to be captured. Justin borrowed his dad’s Canon T2i when he was 13. His father never did get the camera back and he was OK with that.

Justin immediately showed an outstanding aptitude for this new-found passion.


Justin SinclairGrant Sinclair is quite content to attribute his son’s talents entirely to his wife Sharon who is an artist in her own right.

The walls of the Sinclair home are adorned with Justin’s photography, Sharon’s water-colour paintings and their daughter Jessica’s canvas-covered art.

View Justin’s new website here. Gorgeous landscape images for your viewing enjoyment and purchase.


Life hasn’t always developed perfectly for Justin.  Health issues made life challenging at times. He was bullied in high school.

He never imagined one day that he could be in a class of his own – the future to which his gifting, passion and hard work are leading him.

Justin explained to me that photography has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with how you see them. As he talked about “leading lines” and the “Rule of Three” I saw more than technical explanations of photographic best practices. Justin lights up when he talks about his devotion to precision.


Much of what Justin has learned about photography is self-taught but he’s had a lot of unsolicited but much appreciated help along the way. Local photographers like Dale MacMillan have taken a shine to Justin, providing him with opportunities to learn from and shoot with them.

The Weather Network profiled Justin’s photos on their website. One of his pictures is listed with the most viewed photos.justin sinclair sister

He won the Muttart Conservatory’ s 2013 Photo contest.

His sports action photos have appeared on the cover and inside pages of “Hockey Now” magazine .Screenshot 2015-11-06 17.45.11

Travel Alberta features Justin’s photography in their Twitter feed.Screen Shot 2015-11-07 at 8.24.27 AM

The Sturgeon Valley Golf and Country Club hired Justin in 2015 to show off their gorgeous fairways and pristine greens. Justin Hole 7

View Justin’s work on his professional website. Purchase his photography or employ him to capture memories at one of your events.justin sinclair camera

Please leave a comment for Justin. Thank you.

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Bob Jones

Happily married to Jocelyn for 44 years. We have two adult sons, Cory and his wife Lynsey and their son Vincent and daughter Jayda; Jean Marc and his wife Angie and their three daughters, Quinn, Lena and Annora. I love inspiring people through communicating, blogging, and coaching. I enjoy writing, running, and reading. I'm a fan of the Double E, Bruins, Celtics, Red Sox and Pats. Follow me on Twitter @bobjones49ers


  • CD Mayo says:

    Photography is one of my hidden passions. I am still an amateur but your work is true inspiration, Justin! May God continue to bless you in your gift and use it to bring Him glory.

  • Cynthia says:

    Wow, what a talented young man. God blesses every one with talents and some recognizes ad uses them and you are one of them. Be blessed

  • bob jones says:

    I never knew that about photography and you. Great and thank you for posting.

  • bob jones says:

    Thank you Cynthia for commenting!

  • Debbie Philips says:

    Justin, your photography is art. Beautiful, thank you. I too am wowed by your works of creativity.

    May God continue to bless you and may you continue to bless us and the world with your talent.

  • Jess says:

    Justin, I am so proud of you. I wish I had better words to express how much I love you and how much it impresses me that you are actively pursuing your passion. Don’t ever stop being so determined and focused on doing what you love. You’ve always had a natural eye for photography but I know how hard you’ve worked and studied to become as amazing as you are. Be proud of yourself. You will achieve great things!
    Love you 🙂

  • bob jones says:

    You are the girl in red! I love that picture. Its wonderful that you are such a supportive sister.

  • Jenna says:

    Hey Justin! You’ll have to come visit me soon! Perhaps in the spring when the cherry blossoms are blooming. I know you’ll get some good shots. I’ll also take you to Stanley Park, and the seawall. There’s also some amazing graffiti that adorns an alleyway downtown you have to photograph. No matter what image you capture, it will be stunning.
    Looking forward to seeing you at Christmas! xox

  • bob jones says:

    Sister #2. Meeting Justin allowed me to also be introduced to your creative artwork. Talented family – the Sinclairs.

  • adena lowry says:

    Wow! Pretty amazing photos! Thank you for sharing your talent and gift with us! I was so impressed by your passion behind your work. Pretty incredibly moving. Can I say, Wow! again? I teach at Strathcona Christian Academy in Sherwood Park. Our art teacher has a passion for photography as well. Just thought I’d share his website with you. The 2 of you obviously share the same passion. Amazing art!

  • bob jones says:

    WOW is a good descriptor. Thank you for connecting and sharing Joe Reimer’s site. I especially like his B&W’s.

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