The morning commute is oddly calming when you've got nowhere to be.
Flash is fun. Flashes can turn any mundane situation to a surreal, cinematic, pop-art, or moody feeling set of images. Where it's easy to get lost in fancy gear, big budgets, and minute technicalities, using available light (which also may be simulated) has an uncanny simplicity in its rawness. Chasing light, using a single lens, model, and outfit, Kassandra & I chased some light beams around Little Italy on a (much too early) fall evening.
I was lucky enough to shoot a number of ladies who traveled far and wide this past weekend and our glorious location had Montreal's latest landmark glaring into the corner loft. Montreal's newest Old Port Observation Wheel is the largest structure of its kind in Canada, and I couldn't resist but snag a couple photos for our 375th year.
It's street shootin' season! I'm excited to be back out and roaming streets for locations and practice. I look at subjects and analyze body language, helping me spot natural rhythms and predictable moments. Here's a couple shots from my first day out in 2017 around Montreal.
After capturing 140+gb of raw files from this stint, I should try getting a contract with WD.