Second edition of the analog photography exhibition Analog MTL, showing twelve Montreal artist photographers, organized by Aye Mag, in Montreal, June 2017.
Gallery Roll, sip, gait
Young people attending Aye Mag’s Analog MTL 2017 photography exhibition, in plateau Mont-Royal, Montreal, Quebec (2017).
Marlon and friends
Portrait photographer Marlon Iraheta and friends at Analog MTL 2017 photography exhibition, in Montreal, Quebec (2017).
Analog MTL 2017
A young woman watches Aye Mag’s Analog MTL 2017 photography exhibition, in plateau Mont-Royal, Montreal, Quebec (2017).
Film photography — Everything that can go wrong will eventually go wrong
The extra-long lasting flavor
96% of the time, film photography wouldn’t be your wisest choice. Although the negative is a physical object, the qualities of film are mostly intangible — maybe it’s about a certain mystique. Me personally, I just love it more. One thing for sure, film isn’t right now. Film is the anti-instantaneous, the extra-long lasting flavor.
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Street portraits from “Portraits in a City” which aren’t included in the front page slide show as they didn’t fit the wider landscape format.
Gallery Straight outta Hochelaga
A young woman walks her mini dog on Ontario Street in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Montreal, Quebec (2016).
Mr Sam Stroll, owner of Superior Pants, founded in 1923, on Sainte-Catherine street in downtown Montreal, Quebec (2016).
A young man skates on the Rachel Street bike path, in front of a store undergoing renovations, in Montreal, Quebec (2016).
Olympic Stadium Impersonator
An older man displays impressive flexibility in a pose resembling the mast of the Olympic Stadium, in Montreal, Quebec (2016).