When the light is right, National Gallery of Canada edition.Continue reading →
There’s nothing quite like the November sun. It’s low, it’s bright, and when you’re in the city it reflects all over the place in all sorts of unexpected ways.
I had the good fortune to be able to play hooky from work for a few hours yesterday afternoon and take advantage of the unseasonably warm (22°C vs the “normal” 7°C or so) and go on a little photowalk in downtown Ottawa.
Here’s a little of what I saw, arranged in pairs.Continue reading →
Drinking coffee by the window, soaking in the warmth of the low autumn sun.
Blinds casting shadows, camera at hand. White, brown, gold and black. Click.
Conference calls on a sunny autumn morning. Low sun streaming through the blinds, hitting the fan. Better that than the other stuff.
Grab the camera.Continue reading →
One of the advantages of business travel (if there are any) is the freedom to get out and shoot before and after work, when the light is as its best.
I was fortunate this past week in Philadelphia to have 3 mornings and afternoon of glorious light to play with on the 1.5km walk between my hotel and my customer’s offices. Sure beats sitting in traffic on a regular morning commute.
One of the side-effects of being across the street from a building like the one below is some pretty crazy reflections and shadows at the right time of day.
Can’t complain about that.