Entries from 'architecture photography'

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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New Architecture Interiors Travel Website is Now LIVE!

I’m very pleased to announce that my new architecture, interiors and travel website is now live! Le site est aussi disponible en francais! davidgiralphoto.photoshelter.com will now be used exclusively as a images library where you’ll be able to license stock photos and image gallery from previous projects. Feel free to comment on the new design! Thanks for…

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Exploring New York City: Stunning architecture with IAC Building by Frank Ghery

it’s always a pleasure when you can combine things that you love to photograph. As you probably know by now, I love New York City and I love contemporary architecture. And my favorite architects being Frank Ghery and Jean Nouvel, it was a pleasure to take a stroll in Chelsea and photograph one of the…

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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 New York City: Blue Hour on NYC Skyline from Gantry Plaza State Park, Long Island, Queens

I love New York! Every trip to this city is filled with excitement and an opportunity to discover new locations to photograph. So what was my excuse for being there this time? Well, rejoicing with some actors friends and attending the NYC Fotoworks portfolio review. As a professional photographer, one of the key element for success…

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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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Just Off the Press: A first cover for Montreal Home Magazine … and simple steps to getting your pictures ready for press!

A few months ago, I was contacted by the editorial team of Montreal Home Magazine through my Photoshelter website and asked if I’d be interested in shooting homes for them. Considering that shooting architecture and beautiful interiors has always been a passion and I was thrilled to be part of this new adventure. Working as…

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Weekly Facebook Cover Photo: Tour EDF, La Défense, Paris

So for this week’s facebook cover picture we’re going directly west of Paris at La Defense financial district in Puteaux. Built in 2001 by architects Pei Cobb Freed & Partners,Roger Saubot and Jean Rouit, EDF building iconic skyscraper of 24 stories one of the highest of La Defense at  a 165m high. To capture this scene, A Nikon…

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Exploring Paris: The romantic terraces of Montmartre at night

Even though I’ve lived in Paris for 3 years back in the 2000s, I take even more pleasure capturing the city now that I don’t live there anymore. Maintaining a fresh eye and a unique perspective is easier that way. So, for this episode of Exploring Paris, we will spend a delightful evening in the…

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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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