On Wednesday, I showed some photos of an old factory in Carleton Place. It's used by various artists who have set up their studios, for painting, sketching, sculpting.
And for photography.
Last weekend, I attended another photo shoot, featuring the beautiful and talented model, Olivia Preston.
Before we started our shoot, I wandered the various spaces, looking for vantages in which to place Olivia.
The studio was my canvas.
My camera was the brush.
The model was the paint that made everything come together.
There's nothing like being out at night, on a deserted road, out of sight, under an overpass, alone, vulnerable, that makes the tiny hai...