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.
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 →
A closed door on an abandoned ship Why is this door closed and locked? What is behind it? What can be seen through this window? Where is the key to unlock the lock? Is it still available or was it thrown away? When and why this ship was abandoned? Where did people go? This picture... 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 →
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.
Following my previous blog post about finding my own style of photography, this imperfect photo is a prime example. Taken during yesterday’s snowstorm, while walking, barehanded, it was cold. Previous post of the Photo Legend Series can be reach here.
This picture was taken in Hawaii, last summer. In this cemetery, the very big tree (far in the background) and the cross on the grave in the foreground are the subjects. In this photo processing session, I wanted to change the mood of the scene and give it a more spooky look. I like the... Continue Reading →