Tagged: white.

A few days ago, my friend Heidi stopped by the studio. I already tried this style with August a few months ago, but I decided to give it another go. I mean, you guys know how much I love my bokeh and my overexposed images, right…?

What do you think? Success or Fail? Should I do more?

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  10:11 am, by briceferre 12  |  Comments

This week-end, some of my friends and I decided to go to Whistler for a quick ski/snowboard trip.

This is what was waiting for us.

Here is the thing about Whistler, everywhere you look, you have this kind of view. This is just madness. So many mountains!

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  10:07 am, by briceferre 10  |  Comments

I once heard Vincent Laforet say that he never throws away photographs. No matter how many he took during a shoot. Good or bad being such a subjective concept. You never know when you’re gonna need a blurry photo or a picture with an odd crop where your model has one eye shut. (that might be pushing it, but you get the drift)

Well, like Vincent, I never throw away any photo I take, which results in a certain amount of hard drives (plus the equivalent in backup of course).

But the good thing is that I shoot so many photos that I eventually forget about some of them. And when I decide to go through some of my old shoots every now and then I discover some “outtakes” that I still really like but that didn’t make the cut.

As a proof, here are 2 photos of my friend Nikkey on which I didn’t even stop the first around.

P.S: Can you see the crack on that lens!? It actually still shoots quite well.

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  07:55 am, by briceferre 6  |  Comments

I am back in Edmonton on a 2 week assignment, and the last few days have been quite busy. We all work between 14 to 16 hours/day here so it’s pretty hard to find time for myself.

Today was a bit slower so I took this opportunity to grab my running shoes and went for a run along the North Saskatchewan River for a couple of hours.

I really think that it’s extremely important to get out and exercise, in order to finish an intense project. Even if you’d rather stay on the couch all day.

I had never jogged in the snow before, and I gotta admit it’s kinda cool.

Everything was so nice and quiet, perfect atmosphere to let my brain go free and think about my current and future photo projects.

I usually do most of my best thinking while running.

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  05:34 pm, by briceferre 1  |  Comments