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Atomic Motion Inc. is an Ottawa web development company specializing in web design and application development. Our comprehensive solutions deliver measurable results that will grow your business, save you money and increase your client base or membership.
104 Sunshine Cres.
Creative Master Photographer (MPA) for the Ottawa area. 2011 & 2012 Ontario Portrait Photographer of the year.
Club Photo Orléans Photo Club
An organization of photography enthusiasts, from beginner to semi-professional, who meet regularly in eastern Ottawa.
613-741-8290 or email@example.com
515 St. Laurent Blvd #1408
Nature and landscape photographer specializing in scenes of eastern Ontario. A member of Capital Artisans Guild, Ottawa Artisans Guild, AOE Arts Council, Arteast Ottawa, Nepean Fine Arts League, Ottawa Valley Crafts and Collectibles Guild, The Art Gallery, Cornwall,Orléans Chamber of Commerce.
Fine Art Photography
67, rue Nicholas St.
SAW Video is an artist-run-centre committed to support ground breaking artistic production, presentation and programming of independent video and media art.
1255 Kingston Ave
Photography is my passion and today’s photography brings me closer to nature than ever before. It also allows me to enhance and manipulate dynamic landscapes to create impact. I hope that my photographs inspire the viewer to appreciate the places that I have visited, and the wildlife have seen and their environs.
Maurice J. Aubut (Retired)
P. O. Box 31
After retirement I started oil painting again. During my career in architecture I never stopped drawing and learning. I am presently doing today what I loved when I was a teenager.
Peter de Gannes
892 Explorer Lane
Graphic designer, photographer, illustrator. Peter de Gannes’s creative life has spanned painting, music, art direction, commercial graphic design, publishing and photography.
I rediscovered a love of photography during travels in Central America which I describe as photographic nirvana. Brilliant colours, beautiful indigenous people, overall strange sights as compared to our usual urban Canadian experience. I was fortunate to travel with the charitable foundation Hearts & Hands to Guatemala installing simple wood stoves in local Mayan homes. The people have a unique culture with ancient traditions and although they live a hard and in some cases primitive life, they are happy and can teach us much about living in the moment.