Entries from 'Canada'

Just Off The Press: Montreal – Toronto Road Trip cover story for Lufthansa Magazin – April 2014

I love travelling and I love road trips. So when Lufthansa Magazin contacted me last year to shoot a cover story for them featuring a road trip from Montreal to Toronto, I was very enthusiastic. Shooting travel stories is always fun and exciting. What I love about these assignments is that it allows me to…

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The Art of shooting Urban Skylines

From Montreal to Chicago and San Francisco passing by Hong Kong, Sidney and Kuala Lumpur, there are hundreds of beautiful skylines in the world. With each city featuring a specific architecture and unique natural surroundings, a skyline is a city’s visual signature. In essence, capturing skylines is all about creating a fingerprint of a city;…

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Exploring Montreal: Snowy Christmas Eve at The Montreal Botanical Garden

As a gift to all of the readers following this blog, I thought I’d share with you a new series of pictures. Winter in Montreal is an experience in itself, and as harsh as the weather may be at times, it’s also the perfect time of the year to discover local landmarks from another perspective….

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Just Off The Press: Covers for PhotoLife and PhotoSolution Magazine

I’m pleased to share with you the covers from the PhotoLife and PhotoSolution magazines featuring my photos of  Toronto skyline and Montreal Skyline highlighting an article I wrote about urban skylines photography.   The process of writing is an exciting one. Finding the right approach of sharing my knowledge is a challenging one but rewarding…

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Exploring Ottawa Architecture: The Faculty of Social Sciences Building at the University of Ottawa

The last weeks have been crazy busy shooting for various new clients in architecture and travel and while I was in Ottawa for a series of architectural photography assignments, I set my mind of finding a few fun projects to shoot for my portfolio. Looking on Google I happen to notice that a new building…

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Exploring Montreal: Quartier des Spectacles & Place Des Arts at the Blue Hour

Finally, winter is gone! Time to rejoice and go out and shoot and enjoy the nice weather shooting some architecture. Our stop for today is Place des Arts. Located in Downtown Montreal and inaugurated in 1963, Place des Arts is the central hub of the cultural life in Montreal and is home to the Montreal Symphony…

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Exploring Montreal: Winter Wonderland at Mont Royal Park

There is always something magical about winter in Montreal. And once in a while a curious phenomenon arises. After a few days of a mix of snow and rain, something enchanting happened. You woke up in the morning only to discover that the trees and streets are covered with a thick layer of snow. It’s so extraordinary…

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Just Off The Press: Bistrot Japonais Restaurant in Azure Magazine and ArchDaily

As a photographer, there is nothing like reaching one of your goals of being published in a magazine that you really love. So, when my client told me that Azure Magazine (a leading North American magazine focused on contemporary design, architecture and interiors from around the globe) picked up some of my photographs to showcase…

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Exploring Montreal: In the heart of the city, A new Jewel of Contemporary Architecture; the 2-22 building

Once known as the red light district in Montreal, the corner of Ste-Catherine and St-Laurent is now the home of the “quartier des spectacles” (or entertainment district). Within this square kilometer of the city, one can find over 80 cultural venues, including 30 performance halls with almost 28,000 seats. For this week’s blog topic of “Exploring…

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Exploring Quebec City: Blue Hour On the City / Heure Bleue sur La ville

During my last trip to Quebec for a one day workshop, we had planned a blue hour session with the photo club and the night was just perfect. I just had time for a quick series of pictures. All pictures were taken with a Nikon D700 + Nikkor 16-35MM VR F/4.0 and edited in Oloneo…

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