A screenwriter doesn't see the world the same way everyone does. We see the stories in each decor, in each scene, but, most importantly, in each picture. We see the little details. We see the beauty in something that others find "normal" and non-appealing. We see the character in the smallest things. For us, for me, a picture is a film. This series starts with the Outaouais Region and, hopefully, will end with the world.
Everyone knows that being confined at home is not the best for photographers. In one of my photography groups, someone suggested that we tried different types of edits. As you know, I am not a big fan of using a lot of photoshop, but, after seeing some examples of "watercolor edits", I decided to try my hand at it. To be honest, I like it and I am now obsessed with it! Here are only the tests, but keep an eye on the shop! They will soon be available (for certain pictures only).
Since, in Quebec, the film and tv industry (my main profession) is reopening June 8th, I thought I would post the pictures I was able to take at different stages during the lockdown. All of them were taken in Gatineau. ** Puisque que le Québec déconfine officiellement l'industrie du cinéma et de la télévision en date du 8 juin prochain, j'ai pensé vous partager les photos que j'ai prise tout au long du confinement. Toutes les photos ont été prises à Gatineau. ** **Please note that some of these pictures will be available in my photo series closer to the end of the year. / Certaines des photos présentées ici seront disponible dans ma série photo d'ici la fin de l'année