Macro Photography – Butterflies Go Free!

Macro Photography – Butterflies Go Free!
Hi photographers and insect addicts, Few days ago I went for the first time to the ‘Butterflies Go Free’ event at the Botanical Garden of Montreal. I wanted to use more my new lens (I bought it used), the Canon EF 100mm F2.8 Macro, and so, experiment some macro shots of butterflies. The ‘Butterflies Go For Free’ event is nice for kids and also for people holding a camera. There was not that much people went I went to the …

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 …

Artist Photography – Minna Re Shin

Artist Photography – Minna Re Shin
Hi photgrapher and musician friends! Today I’m happy to introduce my friend and talented artist Minna Re Shin for whom I’ve done photos during last Winter. She published some of them on her nice website www.minnareshin.com and I invite you to have a look at it and discover her great work. She is a talented pianist. Here are some other photos I took of Minna. I would like to thank her for her patience and trust in my work, as …

Photographer Photographing Photographer

Photographer Photographing Photographer
Hi all! Doing lots of photo sessions with my friend Jarold, I wanted to post some of our photos, of us. Basically, photographer photographing photographer photographing… Wow, that’s a lot of photography here! We went to many places, from lost barns in the country side to abandoned factories in Montreal downtown. - the Notre-Dame de la Chesnaie house - the old Canada Malting plant - the abandoned church of Farnham - the 6240 Park Avenue building - the abandoned former …

Urban Photography – Abandoned Building Montreal

Urban Photography – Abandoned Building Montreal
Hi urban photography lovers! Still sorting photos and looking for new dilapidated places to photograph, I wanted to share some from a past photo session in an abandoned building in Montreal. We went into an abandoned place in Montreal, the 6240 Park Avenue building, and we took few shots there. The abandoned building was the warehouse and offices of the Omnipac Company in Outremont (Montreal), and is now for sale. The building is 180,000 square feet over five floors. Even …
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