As we approach the holidays, many of us may be booking plane tickets home and/or to beautiful countries across the globe (where it’s warm and doesn’t snow – not to say that snow isn’t beautiful). Despite the fact that our credit card bills may soon be sky high, hopefully our frequent flyer points cards will be doing the same!
To honour the season that brings people together, by the way of air travel, I wanted to take the opportunity this week to feature the amazing planes I encountered during a recent trip to the National Air Force Museum of Canada in Trenton, ON . With all the Air Force airplanes, I decided to zoom in on some of important functional pieces that make these incredible planes fly (and bring us to our loved ones).
Hello everyone. My name is Meaghan DeClerq and I am a freelance photographer. When I held my first camera I had an epiphany – I knew that photography would become a larger part of my life.
I graduated in 2013 from the Media Studies program, emphasizing in Image Arts, at the University of Guelph-Humber. Although I am not as talented as the other contributors when it comes to writing, I hope I can showcase my love of photography.
Those who know me know how much I adore food photography. No matter what food is on the table, I have to photograph it. It is important to note that when I say photograph, I mean moving plates around until I got the right lighting – leading to many cold dinners and angry family members.
Outside of my passion for food, I enjoy many styles of photography, particularly portraiture and commercial. Regardless of the style, what I love most is the creative freedom. Whether it’s being your own food stylist, picking a wardrobe or location, photography lets your work shine. I hope you view my work as what it is meant to be – creative freedom. Allowing the colours and textures to take you somewhere special and different from everyday imagery.
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