Just Off The Press: Montreal Travel Feature For The Guardian
Even though I’ve been living in Montreal for more than a decade and know my way around the city, I always love when I get hired to photograph a travel feature for a magazine or newspaper. It’s the perfect excuse to revisit places I know or discover new locations.
A few weeks ago, The Guardian contacted me to photograph a Canada sponsored feature for their website: a local’s guide on how to make the most of Montreal.
The article concentrated mostly around 4 neighborhoods: Downtown/Old Montreal, South West, Plateau/Mile End and Little Italy/Mile Ex. The shot list revolved about getting general views of the different neighborhoods and photographs of interesting places such as bars/restaurants.
However, I thought this blog post was the perfect excuse to share with you some more photos that didn’t make it in the article.
So, should we get started?
- SOUTHWEST: Lachine Canal and Atwater Market
- SOUTHWEST: Foxy Restaurant
- Old Montreal: Old Port
- DOWNTOWN & PLATEAU MONT ROYAL: Murals
Well, as you’ve probably guessed from the previous blog post here, I LOVE murals. Located all along The Saint-Laurent boulevard, these are one of the cultural highlights of the city.
- PLATEAU: Mont Royal Park
- MILE END: Saint-Viateur & Bernard Street
Street scenes are tricky to photograph, but I thought these two shots below gave a good feel of this trendy neighborhood.
- ROSEMONT: Paquebot Café
Speaking of thirst, if you’re still thirsty for more photos taken during this assignment, check out this collection.
Thanks so much for viewing!
David Giral is a published Montreal/Toronto based editorial and commercial professional photographer specialized in architecture, interiors, portrait and travel photography.
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