The Canadian Malting Plant – Part 1

The Canadian Malting Plant – Part 1
Hi photographers and urban explorers! My friend Jarold Dumouchel and I went to explore, couple of months ago, the Canadian Malting Plant, in Montreal. We took few shots of this abandoned building. Built in the early twentieth century, the former Canada Malting plant has a dozen of silos, 37 meters high. The oldest was built in 1905. The factory was closed in the 80s. The building is unique as its ceramic silos, one of the last two copies in North …

Book Covers!

Book Covers!
Today I’m happy to show you two book covers that show my photographs! It’s really a great honor to see your photos or even your name on a book. Really happy that my work and efforts are appreciated. So I would like to thank and promote the two book publishers that trusted my work. - Ravet-Anceau [France] with the book “Amiens sous les balles” from Johann Moulin Ravet-Anceau Special thanks to Agnès Mantaux for her kindness and work, and David …

Abandoned Places Photography

Abandoned Places Photography
Hi explorers and photographers! Here are some photos taken in different abanoned places in Quebec. It can be considered as some ‘Urban exploration‘ but not really related to abandoned factories or else. The pictures are from abandoned houses in the Eastern townships in Quebec, the Notre-Dame de la Chesnaie house in Sainte-Clothilde-de-Horton, a convent turned into a school transformed in an asylum, and such… There is some HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos and I will post an article on this …

Urban Photography – Urban Exploration

Urban Photography – Urban Exploration
Hi photographers and urban explorers! When you live in a city and you can’t go into the woods to smell some great fresh air and observe wildlife… well, if you are like me, looking for new ideas of pictures, exploration and adrenaline… Urban Photography mixed with Urban Exploration is for you. Please, be super aware that Urban Exploration can be pretty dangerous and sometime illegal. Urban explorers are not always urban photographers, but I like to combine both parts. It’s …