Old Montreal is a charming place to visit because of it’s old architecture, dinner “soirées” and live night scene. The amount of traffic mixed with the interesting structures, make ideal conditions for anyone interested in cityscape photography.
One of the last spectacular days to catch the colors in the sky with the seaweed at low tide. This is actually a square format and a larger scale size is available up to 40×40″. If you would like more information on this limited edition print just contact me.
On a windy October day, the sky looking promising I set out on a search to find my next photo shoot. I’m drawn to follow the sunset which that leads me to a chilly area by the waters. The low tides make for an ideal setup. So for the next few moments I setup my camera and try my best to replicate what I is in front of me.
Was very happy to find myself at the right place at the right time with perhaps the best sunset all year in Montreal. Getting there wasn’t easy. The 20 west traffic woes where in full effect with the construction and rush hour. Luckily I’ve made it in the nick of time with 5 minutes to spare as the sun was setting down. This photo was taken at an off limits congregation, a sacred place to begin with.. add a magical sunset and it is as if a sign from God.
This is another version of the lower Manhattan area I was able to capture from floor 86! It’s a bit tricky to get the right angle especially without the use of a tripod and on top of that to hold it for all the takes. I am very pleased the way it turned out, sharpness and special illumination over the city roofs.
Here’s is a shot I managed to capture as the weather was changing for the worst in Old Montreal. As I was taking this series, all of a sudden it started to downpour and I had no choice but to run and hide under the ledge in the picture. Eventually made my way towards my car in full rain, covering my camera with my shirt!