You can still get gifts delivered by Dec 24 with Express Shipping

A study in contrasts in light and architecture. The classic heritage buildings of Ottawa are slowly being encroached upon and replaced by the glass and steel of more modern times.

This view is from a vantage point near the National Arts Centre on Elgin St. looking eastward along Queen St. in downtown Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Taken on an early October evening, 2012

Tech details: Fuji S9500, 300mm, ISO 400, available evening light, 1/50th at f4.5, RAW format digital neg. Processed as a B&W and printed with some adaptive tone mapping and warm toning.

Max is a semi-retired 60+ boomer science guy, currently living in Ottawa, Canada’s capital. Growing up with photography and art in his family, he was self-taught ever since he developed his own films at the age of 13. “I do it for the sheer joy of creating an image regardless of whether it pleases, stuns or provokes”, he says. He likes to experiment and is currently exploring pinhole, Infra-red, panoramic, and high dynamic range photography.

View Full Profile
desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait

10%off for joining

the Redbubble mailing list

Receive exclusive deals and awesome artist news and content right to your inbox. Free for your convenience.