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 →
Apple's App Store editorial team recently ran a story about photographing indoor urban landscapes. To my surprise, after peeking inside for a few moments, I started to recognize some of the scenes: Montreal's metro stations. The story was about highlighting a popular and well-done photo processing app: Darkroom. You can read a small review of... 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 →
In this photo processing session, I wanted to create a darker look of a grim street downtown Montreal. The final result is not a pure black & white picture. All this processing has been done with Snapseed (again).