I was at a Nature Park today with family, celebrating my sister's bday since we couldn't assemble indoors. This young lady was contemplating her figure skating moves so elegantly. Happy to catch the moment.
South view of our neighbours windows again, straight out of camera. Check out the snowflakes, they are the biggest I've every seen.
I found this beautifully artistic tree at the Cemetery today. Processed for a high key effect using Silver FX and Lightroom
Visited the Ecomuseum Zoo today, wildlife in a natural environment. There are two wolves, one is named Palla and the other is Gargamel!, converted to black and white
In camera double exposure of one of red and black throw pillow. Converted to black and white in Silver FX
Neighbours' windows again, this time an eight-shot multiple exposures in-camera, black and white processing using Nik Silver FX
For Flash of Red Week 4 - Abstract. My neighbour's windows...lol - I zoom burst this shot to create a blur abstract effect. It was snowing hence the softness. I then cropped for a diagonal perspective.
Ripple pool reflections. Treated in black and white for Flash of Red February - Abstract - Week 4 challenge.
Helen Jane from 365project.org challenged me to capture a moment that is special to me.
The Plateau's Mile End district is known as Montreal's creatives cultural hub. A photographer's haven for capturing people, architecture, murals, vibrant colours, etc. This building has been abandoned since 2010. It has had many graffiti makeovers since then. I make a point to photograph it every year. I'm sure one of these days it will disappear. Across the street is a local Depanneur/convenience store. When I got out to photograph the building, the lady in the image went into the store. I waited around for a person, and lucky enough, she came out with her purchases in hand. Not to be obvious and to respect her privacy, I waited until I couldn't see her face to take the photo. Treated in black and white for a Henri Cartier-Bresson effect. The shot is special only becauseI've been taking a shot every year since 2015.re to edit.
Click Inspired by Brice Marden, I photographed three sheets of coloured paper, three inches from each sheet.
Taking a photo a day is a huge undertaking and challenging. I will try and document my life via my photos. January 3, 2020 is my first day of my 365 day Photo Challenge. I'm also posting on 365project.org enjoying photo challenges from a great group of photographers.