a day in ottawa

August 11, 2017

As I walked the streets of Ottawa on Canada's 150th birthday, I could not help but recall my undergrad in Architecture. This city was where I had begun to grasp photography as my form for documenting buildings and cities. Looking back, I had no clue that these streets I had once walked, struggling to submit my architectural assignments, would shape me as a photographer. Below is a small collection from my time re-exploring Ottawa while its streets transformed into a sea of red for July 1st 2017.

department of justice of canada | iso200 | 24mm | f/8.0 | 1/125sec

untitled | iso200 | 24mm | f/8.0 | 1/160sec

byward | iso200 | 24mm | f/8.0 | 1/800sec

pluralism | iso200 | 24mm | f/3.2 | 1/60sec (3 exposures)

untitled  | iso200 | 24mm | f/8.0 | 1/1000sec

château laurier  | iso200 | 24mm | f/8.0 | 1/320sec

government conference centre | iso200 | 24mm | f/8.0 | 1/160sec

untitled  | iso200 | 24mm | f/8.0 | 1/320sec

bank of canada  | iso200 | 24mm | f/8.0 | 1/320sec

queen street | iso200 | 24mm | f/8.0 | 1/200sec

 

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