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I have been doing photography since the age of 16, but I only realized how important it really was to me a year later when I took the AEC commercial photography courses at Dawson college in 1997. I mostly photograph landscape, street scenes, still-life and night scenes.

I have been doing photography since the age of 16, but I only realized how important it really was to me a year later when I took the AEC commercial photography courses at Dawson college in 1997.
I mostly photograph landscape, street scenes, still-life and night scenes. Night photography is what I am going to concentrate on next, because you can have fun at night, play with lighting, exposure and composition. It’s great when you are alone and concentrating on the photo in the viewfinder, I find photographing at night makes you see more of the world around you, makes you aware of the images possible.

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