Blog & Tutorials

Montreal Food Photography: Simulating Daylight – The Basics

by | Dec 19, 2018

There are those out there who believe that natural light is always the best light to use for food photography because it gives the warmest, most organic, most inviting feel to the setup… or […]

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Headshots: An Overlooked Business Necessity in Montreal

by | Nov 15, 2017

Headshots: Putting a Face to the Name You only get one chance to make a first impression. Your headshot will do a lot of talking for you. Face it (pun intended): in […]

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Montreal Wedding Photography Tips – A Few Simple Ways To Get Great Photos

by | Oct 28, 2017

How to Help Your Wedding Photographer Help You Weddings are stressful events, right? Everyone knows that. If you’ve ever been to a bride’s or groom’s house as they’re getting ready, you know that there […]

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Film Photography: Why I’m Re-Learning How To Shoot

by | Jul 20, 2017

Film Photography Until this year, I hadn’t touched a roll of film since 2010. It was an average-weather day in October, and I was wandering through a nature park with a friend shooting nature […]

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Great Portrait Locations Around Montreal

by | Jun 22, 2017

Portrait locations: So where do we go to shoot? Over the years, I’ve shot a lot of weddings. I’ve also shot a lot of wedding portraits in so many different locations. Some portrait locations […]

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Sports Photography – The Photographer

by | Apr 30, 2017

Becoming Psychic This is the third and final part of my Sports Photography Tutorial. The first two parts covered the main equipment: the camera and the lens. Now, we’re going to take a look […]

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Sports Photography – An Introduction: The Camera Body

by | Apr 06, 2017

Sports Photography: The Camera Last time we focused on what is probably the most important piece of equipment in sports photography: the lens. Now we’re going to take a look at the second-most important […]

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Sports Photography – An Introduction: The Lens

by | Apr 06, 2017

This is the first tutorial, and it’s fitting that it’s on the type of photography I enjoy the most: action and sports photography. To start, we should discuss the obvious: the gear that you […]

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FINA 2014

by | Apr 06, 2017

I had the good fortune of being one of the official photographers for the FINA (Fédération International de la Natation) Masters championships that were held in Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal in late July and […]

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Instagram: Week 1

by | Apr 05, 2017

Instagram I finally gave in and signed up for an Instagram account a little over a week ago (edit: this post was originally written in January 2017). I’ve never been crazy about social media, […]

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