Photo Essay #17: No B&W here

I recently had the good fortune to visit Bermuda for the first time, and couldn’t help but marvel at the strikingly simple geometry and gorgeous colours of Bermudian architecture.

They say you’re not supposed to shoot after 10 and before 4 to avoid the harsh daytime light. Consider that rule broken.

All shots from my Fujifilm X-T2 and X100F, in Velvia or Classic Chrome, with only a very few minor adjustments in Lightroom.

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Catching some rays

Ottawa doesn’t have a lot of great architecture, but there are still a few striking buildings downtown. The recent temporary home of the Bank of Canada – previously the EDC Building – is a prime example. Simple and elegant.

Looks great in colour on a sunny day.

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Not too shabby in mono, either.

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