Who hasn't faced the challenge of shooting street images in a small town? I think most of us have experienced it at one time or another. Here's some common challenges we hear about pretty regularly: It's easy to feel like there isn't enough subject material around - people, places you name it, there's less. It is much harder to take a discreet shot in less populated areas where tourists aren't regular visitors. When you know a small town well, it's easy to lose a "fresh" point
I love taking long walks in the City of Montreal. I love the old small streets paved with cubic rocks; I love the way people have of enjoying their lives here. Sometimes I carry my camera just for "freezing" the city life, the peace of the streets and the attitude of the inhabitants. Other times, I like to move from a place to another and put effort to picture the tall shiny buildings and effervescent everyday life. But there was a part of this city which remains unknown to new generations.
The Argentinian Porteños, who are they? Buenos Aires, literally "Good Airs". An urban exploration of the Argentine capital through several emblematic neighborhoods of the city captures the poetic atmosphere of this Latin city. My first contact with the Argentines took place in Buenos Aires last November. The Porteños, "those of the port", that is to say the inhabitants of Buenos Aires, are very "buena onda", which means always in a good mood. Because yes, Argentina is the country of good
At a Students’ Rights Demonstration by Daniel Valledor I took this photo of a family at a students' rights demonstration in Madrid. I was amazed by the shapes they formed when crumbled together looking at the rally speaker. It was very dramatic and they stood like that, listening, for a while. View on Website Love & Order by Raaheem McClam Unfortunately I don't have much in words to offer with my work. I pretty much just stroll around and
My name is Fabrice Lallemand, I am 26 years old and I live in Montreal, Canada. I started photography more seriously a few years ago when I purchased my first DSLR camera. I experimented shooting different subjects from macro, portraits, landscapes, street and product photography. I even decided to change my career orientation and tried to live off my passion. I started a job for retouching photos at a large photo studio company. My job was to retouch and calibrate hundred of photos each day.