Posts Tagged ‘cinematic picture’

Headshots photo session with Melissa Roussin | Montreal Headshot Photographer

Melissa Roussin

This is from a recent headshots photo session done for Melissa Roussin in our studio.

Kids | Montreal Family Portrait Photographer


Nature, summer, sun, lots of colours and a beautiful kid. The perfect recipe for happiness; and for a photo session. Enjoy the summer friends!

A different wedding | Montreal Wedding Photographer


Hello friends! This time I will share with you some images we captured recently during the wedding of our dear friends Gregg and Mishie. The images below will tell you the story of the day and I am not going to make a long introduction. I will just add that this time, photographically, we approached […]

Romania 2011 | Montreal Photographer


Hello friends! It’s been a while since our last post but we’ve been busier than ever. Anyway, we’re back. The fall is here and we’ll have more time to seat in front of the screen. This post is about our recent trip.

Sans Prétention – JukeBox Café Portrait Session | Montreal Portrait Photographer

Sans Prétention - JukeBox Café portrait

Last month I photographed the poster of the show Sans Prétention – JukeBox Café. This is an annual benefit cabaret concert that brings together very talented artists with the purpose of raising funds for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. This event gathers very experienced artists that previously performed in shows like Shérazade, Quidam du […]

Portraits Session With Claire Vessot 2011 | Montreal Portrait Photographer

image of Claire Vessot

Three weeks ago I was, once again, commissioned by Elle Canada to take some more portraits of the very talented Claire Vessot, Elle jewelry Senior Designer. These pictures will appear in a promotional brochure published by Elle and distributed in 200 000 copies.

Portraits session with Sofia | Montreal Family Portrait Photographer


I was a little bit skeptical about photographing kids in studio. For some reasons they might be too stressed around all the equipment, tripods, cables, flash lights and so forth.

To my surprise, Sofia behaved like a little star. Not only she enjoyed the lights and all the colors popping out all around her, but she also posed like a real model. Take a look and see how natural she was in front of the camera.

Cover Book And Other News

Cinematic Picture Logo

The portrait that will appear inside has been already published in a previous post. You can find it in the post named “Portraits Session With Tina Karr”.

So this would be my first book cover. I must admit there is a nice feeling when you’re published.