Sticking with my recent efforts to photograph Montreal landmarks, at 2:30am on Friday night I headed to the Old Port of Montreal. For those who don't know, that is where you will find the Clock Tower which is located in Quai de l'Horloge, originally called the Victoria Pier.

It was somewhat busy with people running around everywhere despite it being in the wee hours of the morning. Therefore I had to wait until I could capture the photo without anyone in the frame and so the entire process took about 30 minutes to photograph. Along with my tripod I shot this on a Canon 5D III with a 24-70mm lens. I blended a couple of different exposures in the post production process, and voila!

Montreal really does offer an infinite amount of locations that just beg to be photographed, and in the coming days and weeks I will continue to capture them for you here. I hope you enjoy :-)

Here are links to some of my recent Montreal work:


Saint Joseph's Oratory

Jacques Cartier Bridge