Reading the newspaper while waiting for the train This was Sunday afternoon. Yound people staring at their smartphone screens. Something is wrong. An older man reading the newspaper. Two generations. Urban visual poetry I guess.
During a recent urbex session with friends we were exploring an abandoned church. In one of the room in the priest's house next to the church, there was this table right in the middle of the place with lots of left overs. It was clear to me that this place was frequently visited by people... Continue Reading →
One of my photo album made public from within Lightroom CC You may remember that I was working on my Adobe Portfolio in order to replace my Flickr account eventually. Well, I'm still looking forward for Adobe Portfolio but this week with the help of my nephew, I remembered about Lightroom CC public albums. Every... Continue Reading →
I’ve been thinking for a long time to write about my photo workflow and how it all fit together. So I sat down, thought about it and made this graphic showing exactly what is my workflow when doing photography, what tools are involved. My hope here is to help you find inspiration to improve yours.... Continue Reading →
If you ever been to Montreal, you have to take the metro and feel the underground city. Pretty cool during the winter to be able to do shopping without ever going outside for a while. One thing you'll see is that every metro station has some piece of art. This photography was done during my... Continue Reading →
Last week-end I did a photo walk down town Montreal, inside the metro station network. We had three stations to visit and three themes: shadows, slowness and architecture. This one fits the shadow theme. They aren't always obvious like people shadows would be but I thought the contrast with the illuminated ad was interesting.
Photo by Nik Shuliahin on Unsplash From a promotional email from 500px, just discovered this photo album about New York. There is so many gems in there. If you love New York, you'll this! Have a great week-end!
Here is the thing: how can I put more emphasis on the thing that matters in this photo? Well, by removing unneeded colours. Oh and what else? Put some more light in this scene.
Two weeks ago I went for a photo session in the Montreal's underground metro. I was responding to an invite from Unsplash for a photo walk. While entering the station, looking at my phone, the problem was that it was scheduled two weeks later. I didn't look carefully enough the date in the email invite.... Continue Reading →