Given that I had already photographed many, but not all of Pam's artworks, we had unfinished business to do before she left for her master's in New York. So every day during our trip, we packed one of her artworks in the car to go photograph it on-location somewhere.
One thing that I CONSTANTLY want to improve as a photographer is my editing skill. Not editing in the post-processing sense of the word, but in the curation sense, choosing which photos to show, which ones go well together, what the most effective order is, etc. In this post I'm sharing 2 exercises that I use to improve my editing skill.
I was just offered an UNREAL assignment! I’m so excited, and to explain why, I need to tell you a bit of the backstory.
Finally made my own camera strap! I've been waiting for this moment for a while now and I'm super excited to start using it.
City time! I’m taking you on a tour to Vietnam's capital.
Fresh off her graduation from Concordia’s Theatre Performance program just a few days ago, you can now see her performing at the 27th St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival. In her one-woman show TLDR;SMH, you'll meet Lady Jîyan and explore the world of Kurdish pop stardom and female fighters in Rojava.
Her woodshop is about to close and Pam’s covered in sawdust.
Not my typical human subjects, but still very much fun to photograph!
If you’ve been following me on social media, you may have noticed that since the beginning of the year, I’ve been working on a long-term personal project in collaboration with the École Nationale de l’Humour.