16 Montreal photographers you should be following on Instagram

Feb 18 2021, 7:59 am

Montreal may feel a bit different in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, but these local photographers have a knack for showing off the city’s timeless beauty.

From urban landscapes to capturing the extremes of seasonal weather, famous landmarks, popular restaurants, and everything in between, these photographers have impeccable eyes for detail.

If you’re missing a little bit of the city’s joie de vivre, marvel at these Montreal photographers and the gorgeous way they’ve captured some of the 514.

Here are 16 Montreal photographers you should seriously consider following on the ‘gram.

@karlvibes

Using a Sony A6400 and Fujifilm xe2s, @karvibes uses spectacular lighting techniques to show off stunning vantage points all over the city, all year round.

@steveglwalsh

Steve Walsh is an experienced Montreal-based photographer who uses an extensive range of photographic techniques. From landscape to photojournalism, and impressive drone shots, Walsh offers a unique angle of the island.

(And he’s pretty good at capturing shots of humpback whales in the Old Port.)

@ericbranover

Eric Branover is a full-time photographer, born and raised in Montreal. He specializes in his passion for street photography and says his goal is “to create content that is unique, captivating and engaging.”

 

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@evablue

Eva Blue specializes in tourism/travel, entertainment, concerts, events, corporate, and portraits from around the city. She’s covered Osheaga and KISS for Daily Hive Montreal and has been featured in La Presse, The Gazette, Tourism Montreal, the New Yorker, Vice, New York Times, and more.

 

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@lifebynicolas

Nicolas calls himself a “visual storyteller,” and it’s easy to see why. He says he captures “moments that inspire” while helping businesses elevate their social media presence.

@polygon_forest

@polygon_forest’s page features a variety of Montreal landscapes, all from some pretty high-up vantage points.

 

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@jfsavaria

J-F Savaria says he’s on the hunt for the best angles in Montreal and his adventures are “without limits.”

 

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@scerwick

Scott Berwick is an archivist for The Kahnawà:ke Photo Archive and a photographer who specializes in portraits, urbanization, woodwork, events, and rural landscapes.

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@jay_thibs

Jason Thibault labels himself as an artist, writer, and masterless samurai in Montreal.

 

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@photos_fera

Born and raised in Montreal, Julian Fera says he loves “the energy and intimate feel of our beautiful city.” Through advanced photography and post-processing techniques, Fera says he creates the “wow factor” while evoking emotion through imagery.

 

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@_jackierueda

Rueda focuses on houses, Montreal landscapes, and animals, all while using a gorgeous pinkish/purple tint.

 

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@alisonslattery

Alison Slattery is an Irish living in Montreal and she focuses (literally) on food and travel.

 

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@oli_landry

Olivier Landry uses a Fujifilm X-T4, Lightroom, and Photoshop to dish out gorgeous shots of the island.

 

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@jyclal

@jyclal uses stylized colours to show off a real funky side of the city.

 

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@e.madou

Speaking of funky, @e.madou uses effects to show off some real kickin’ shots of Montreal.

 

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@ray__sabbagh

Ray uses a Sony A7rii and a Drone Pilot to offer some really unique vantage points of the island.

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