Walking down the trail There is an uncertain destination at the end of this path. See the rest of the series on Numeric Citizen Visual Space.
Yesterday, I went out for a very long walk downtown Montreal. Since the beginning of my confinement, more than a month ago, I wanted to go out and experience the city emptiness. I took eighty pictures from which I selected nine of the best. The subject of each photo is trying to portray confinement or... Continue Reading →
I've been testing Squarespace for photo sharing, so you don't have to. Here are a few of my observations. It didn't go well. I recently started a new photography series called "The Perfect Imperfections Series". I wanted a place to store and share my work in a simple and effective way. I'm a big fan... Continue Reading →
Downtoen Montreal. Can you name this guy? For this third edition of the perfect imperfection, I chose to go with a darker tone because of the darker times. See the rest of the series on Numeric Citizen Visual Space.
Ghost in the metro station Here is the second in a long series of images in the Perfect Imperfections series. At the time of posting this, metro stations are mostly filled with ghosts of what used to be commuters. Emptiness is now filled with fear of coronavirus propagation. See the rest of the series on... Continue Reading →
Here is the first in a long series of images in the Perfect Imperfections series. This is the city of Montreal as we can see it from the top of Mont-Royal observatory. In this period of crisis around the world, I think this rather apocalyptic view of the city is perfectly chosen. Darkness, fuzziness and... Continue Reading →
This is post #29 in the Before & After Series. For this one, I think the original photo is as interesting as the processed one. Both convey completely different intentions visually. The black & white look fits perfectly with the car style. The darker edges make it look like a frame taken out of an... Continue Reading →
Today, Apple revealed the winners of “Shot on iPhone Night mode” challenge. These photos are quite impressive as they came from a smartphone. Here is my favourite one. Andrei Manuilov (Moscow, Russia), iPhone 11 Pro Max One of the judge as the right words to describe why it is a great shot: Darren Soh Sometimes,... Continue Reading →
Every workday, walking to the metro station, I go by an old fire station transformed into a restaurant. I love this building. Each time there is something to like about it. Yesterday, it was about this small ice structure. You see, paying attention pays.