Ottawa After Dark

On Monday November 16, 2015, the Camera Club of Ottawa had a night shooting outing, here are a few of my images that I like.  All photos  Pentax ✩istD SMC-FA 50mm f:1.4 prime lens. © Darrell Larose.


On the way to Ottawa City Hall, where the group was starting out from I was intrigued with the shadow of Dominion-Chalmers Church on the apartment block across the street.


National Defence HQ and UofO reflection in a puddle on the Rink of Dreams.


Elgin Street in the “blue hour”, then I did a few panning shots of the buildings.



The Cenotaph at night. Featuring the bronze sculture by Vernon March.


On to Car Trails…



Part of the 20 members that attended the outing, very good turn-out with 20% of the membership.




Darrell Larose
Ottawa, Canada


About Darrell Larose

I am a highly motivated self confessed techno-geek. While rooted in traditional analog photography, I have embraced the new technologies in photography. I am just as comfortable under the dark cloth of a large-format view camera, as I am with a digital camera. I can produce award winning photographs within the darkroom, or from a digital-desktop. With 40 years of photography as a both hobby, and over 30 in the professional arena I have always produced. I am self-taught in the digital media, I have been a PhotoShop user since 1995 (version 2.5) I found the transition fairly seamless due to my long experience in labs. I have worked within various Government photo units, including the Forensic Photo Section of the RCMP, as well as various professional labs. I can easily converse with a police forensic photographer as I can with a wedding sports or commercial photographer. I have worked for several of Ottawa’s top photographers. I have worked at several pro labs. As well as many years in photo retail.
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