Today, I wanted to let you know, dear readers and subscribers, that the Photo Legend Series is now being hosted on HEY World, now on my Substack page. From there, you can subscribe by email or through the RSS feed to receive future updates. Don't miss it! Thank you.
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.
Photo taken during my long walk outside this past weekend with dear friends. Sometimes I feel Canada should get a new name: Winter. I loved this tree standing there. I knew I could do something about this scene. See the previous edition of Photo Legend here.
Here is the latest addition to the photo legend series. Enjoy. A few days before the middle of November, boom, a snow storm. As beautiful the first snow may be, this, I wasn’t ready for it. Too early. Too much. We’ve got five months of winter in front of us. Gosh.
Here is the latest addition to the photo legend series. Enjoy. I wasn't flying on a plane. I was simply standing on one of the many volcanos in Hawaii. This is what I could see through my camera at this time. These clouds, the sky was so inspiring at this very moment. If you really... Continue Reading →
Here is the latest addition to the photo legend series. Enjoy. I always liked miniatures when I was a young child. As an architect, my father used to create them for some of his projects. Now, as a grown up, I’m still always impressed by this art form. When I get a chance to take a picture of a miniature, it’s always from an immersive point of view just like when I was young.
Here is the latest addition to the photo legend series. Enjoy. This photo was taken from the balcony of my hotel this summer, in Vancouver. Heavily edited to compensate for the lack of light, this photo comes from my iPhone 7. Since I have upgraded to the iPhone 11 Pro, I wonder how better this picture would look today.
Here is the latest addition to the photo legend series. Enjoy. This sculpture in the old part of downtown Montreal is fascinating. Close to my previous work offices, I finally decided to spend the time and see what it is like. I took many pictures and this one is probably the most interesting one to publish.
I took the train yesterday to go see one of our clients. It is a two hours and a half trip. Early in the morning, some of the scenes outside can be inspiring. Here is a photo showing surrounding fields with the fog still on the ground. I wish I could have stopped by for... Continue Reading →