A few nice cool photography images I found:
Where it all begins
Image by Thomas Rousing Photography
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Copenhagen based photographer Thomas Rousing excels in many types of photography like Citylife and Architecture | Portrait and Family | Wedding and Confirmation | Maternity and Baby | Concerts and Events | Food and Lifestyle.
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Street Portrait Challenge 008 Mella
Image by The Urban Scot
I found a sweet lane in Brighton called Orange Row and then I spotted this couple and I loved the style of the girl with the glasses, scarf and cool yellow bag (see portrait shot).
I immediately approached them and explained about the image I wanted to create and asked them to come with me. As we walked up the road Mella’s boyfriend Phil looked at me and said "I know you don’t want to photograph me!" fortunately this was well humoured and Mella was happy to be photographed.
Again this shot was lit with a soft box (120cm) and a grid on a strobe held in the air by my trusty lightstand Colin!
I went for a landscape image and also a full length style shot.
To see more of my portraits sand keep up to date follow me on Facebook at my [UrbanScot] Photography page.
Inspired to take portraits of strangers? Check out the wonderful work of the other contributors to the 100 Strangers Group on flickr!
Notre-Dame Church – Old Montreal
Image by Tim Moffatt
In 1657, the Roman Catholic Sulpician Order arrived in Ville-Marie, now known as Montreal. The parish they founded was dedicated to Mary, and the parish church of Notre-Dame was built between 1672 and 1682. A cross is planted to designate the future emplacement of the church on June 29, 1672 and the next day are laid the first five stones.