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Montreal Photography Productions.com is the Montreal primary source in answer to all your needs for your photo shoots in the Montreal region and Quebec province. Let them be Photography Production Managers, Photo Shoots Producers, Still Photos Producers, Montreal Location Scouts, Location Scouting Photographers; Montreal Photo Production is your "one email" away source for all your Canadian Photography productions projects.
Shooting in Montreal Seasonned Producer Michelle d'Eze said in an interview: " Shooting in Montreal means more than Dollar and Sense Montreal has it all; European cultural and architectural heritage, modern urban cityscapes, quaint rural backdrops, four distinct seasons and a geography of mountains, fields, lakes and rivers." Montreal through camera lenses! When looking through your camera lenses see; Old Europe at a fraction of the cost; New York, Chicago or any North American Metropolis -- only safer and much more affordable; a climate and geography allowing to shoot photos that take place anywhere, in any weather and at any moment in history; a lower cost of living; and a thriving place where the quality of life is unsurpassed, The Province of Quebec and its Metropolis Montreal rank among the most foreign production friendly locations in the world. Montreal, 400 years of well-preserved history! What do you get when you combine 400 years of well-preserved history an European cultural and architectural heritage, modern urban cityscapes, quaint rural backdrops, four distinct seasons and a geography of mountains, fields, lakes and a river that gets so wide it can be mistaken for the sea? In essence, the ideal conditions for outdoor shooting. Photographers, art directors, publishers as well as, film-makers and producers have often been pleasantly surprised by Montreal Photography Productions location scouts in their ability to come up with credible stand-ins for such hard-to-find locales as a New York winter street at the turn of the century, a 16th-century Paris neighbourhood or a Maine seashore village buried under gold- and red- coloured autumn leaves. A little bit of cosmetics is often all that is required to relocate such faraway places as Shanghai or St. Petersburg.
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wikipedia.org Montreal is the only Francophone metropolis in North America and also the second largest Francophone city after Paris in terms of population. This major centre of 3.6 million inhabitants is a tapestry of cultures from the world over with its many neighbourhoods, including Chinatown, the Latin Quarter, the Gay Village, Little Italy, Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, the Quartier International and Old Montreal. Montreal has a rich architectural heritage, along with many cultural activities, sports events and festivals. As of 2011, the city of Montreal had a population of 1,649,519. Montreal's metropolitan area (CMA) (land area 4,259 square kilometres (1,644 sq mi)) had a population of 3,824,221[4] and a population of 1,886,481 in the urban agglomeration of Montreal, all of the municipalities on the Island of Montreal included. French is the city's official language and is also the language spoken at home by 56.9% of the population in the city of Montreal proper, followed by English at 18.6% and 19.8% other languages (as of 2006 census). In the larger Montreal Census Metropolitan Area, 67.9% of the population speaks French at home, compared to 16.5% who speak English. 56% of the population are able to speak both English and French. Montreal is the second largest primarily French-speaking city in the world, after Paris.
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UNESCO City of Design Montreal was named a UNESCO City of Design. Historically the commercial capital of Canada, it was surpassed in population and economic strength by Toronto in the 1970s. Today it remains an important centre of commerce, aerospace, finance, pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, tourism, film, etc. In 2009, Montreal was named North America's number one host city for international association events, according to the 2009 preliminary rankings of the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA). In 2012, QS World University Rankings ranked Montreal the 10th-best place in the world to be a university student. For over a century and a half, Montreal was the industrial and financial centre of Canada. The variety of buildings included factories, grain elevators, warehouses, mills, and refineries which today provide a legacy of historic and architectural interest, especially in the down town area and the Old Port area. There are 50 National Historic Sites of Canada in Montreal, more than any other city in Canada. Today there are also many historic buildings in Old Montreal still in their original form: Notre-Dame de Montréal Basilica, Bonsecours Market, and the impressive 19th‑century headquarters of all major Canadian banks on St. James Street (French: Rue Saint Jacques). Saint Joseph's Oratory, completed in 1967, Ernest Cormier's Art Deco Université de Montréal main building, the landmark Place Ville Marie office tower, the controversial Olympic Stadium and surrounding structures, are but a few notable examples of 20th-century architecture. Pavilions designed for the 1967 International and Universal Exposition, popularly known as Expo 67, featured a wide range of architectural designs. Though most pavilions were temporary structures, several remaining structures have become Montreal landmarks, including the geodesic dome U.S. Pavilion, now the Montreal Biosphere, as well as Moshe Safdie's striking Habitat 67 apartment complex. The Montreal Metro is filled with a limited amount of public artwork by some of the biggest names in Quebec culture. In 2006 Montreal was named a UNESCO City of Design, only one of three design capitals of the world (with the others being Berlin and Buenos Aires). This distinguished title recognizes Montreal's design community. Since 2005 the city has been home for the International Council of Graphic Design Associations (Icograda); the International Design Alliance (IDA). Montreal's Underground City (officially RÉSO or La Ville Souterraine in French) is the set of interconnected complexes (both above and below ground) in and around Down town Montreal.
Montreal photo productions place ville marie Montreal photo productions scouting Montreal photo productions old port Old Montreal Old Montreal Place Jacques CartierOld Montreal (French: Vieux-Montréal) is a historic area located southeast of downtown containing many different attractions such as the Old Port of Montreal, Place Jacques-Cartier, Montreal City Hall, the Bonsecours Market, Place d'Armes, Pointe-à-Callière Museum, the Notre-Dame de Montréal Basilica, and the Montreal Science Centre. Architecture and cobbled streets in Old Montreal have been maintained or restored and are frequented by horse-drawn calèches carrying tourists. Old Montreal is accessible from the downtown core via the underground city and is served by several STM bus routes and metro stations, ferries to the South Shore and a network of bicycle paths. The riverside area adjacent to Old Montreal is known as the Old Port. The Old Port was the former site of the worldwide Port of Montreal, but its shipping operations have been moved further east to its current larger site, leaving the former location as a recreational and historical area maintained by Parks Canada. The new Port of Montreal is now Canada's largest container port and the largest inland port on Earth. Beaver Lake on Mount Royal.  photo shoot servicesThe mountain is the site of Mount Royal Park (French: Parc du Mont-Royal), one of Montreal's largest greenspaces. The park, most of which is wooded, was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed New York's Central Park, and was inaugurated in 1876. The park contains two belvederes, the more prominent of which is the Kondiaronk Belvedere, a semicircular plaza with a chalet, overlooking Downtown Montreal. Other features of the park are Beaver Lake, a small man-made lake, a short ski slope, a sculpture garden, Smith House, an interpretive centre, and a well-known monument to Sir George-Étienne Cartier. The park hosts athletic, tourist and cultural activities. The mountain is home to two major cemeteries, Notre-Dame-des-Neiges (founded in 1854) and Mount Royal (1852). Mount Royal Cemetery is a 165 acres (67 ha) terraced cemetery on the north slope of Mount Royal in the borough of Outremont. Notre Dame des Neiges Cemetery is much larger, predominantly French-Canadian and officially Catholic. More than 900,000 people are buried there. Mount Royal Cemetery contains more than 162,000 graves and is the final resting place for a number of notable Canadians. It includes a veterans section with several soldiers who were awarded the British Empire's highest military honour, the Victoria Cross. In 1901 the Mount Royal Cemetery Company established the first crematorium in Canada. The first cross on the mountain was placed there in 1643 by Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve, the founder of the city, in fulfilment of a vow he made to the Virgin Mary when praying to her to stop a disastrous flood. Today, the mountain is crowned by a 31.4 m-high (103 ft) illuminated cross, installed in 1924 by the Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste and now owned by the city.[70] It was converted to fibre-optic light in 1992. The new system can turn the lights red, blue, or purple, the last of which is used as a sign of mourning between the death of the Pope and the election of the next.
Canada's Cultural Capital Montreal was referred to as "Canada's Cultural Capital" by Monocle magazine. The city is Canada's centre for French language television productions, radio, theatre, film, multimedia, and print publishing. Montreal's many cultural communities have given it a distinct local culture. As a North American city, Montreal shares many cultural characteristics with the rest of the continent. It has a tradition of producing both jazz and rock music. The city has also produced much talent in the fields of visual arts, theatre, music, and dance. Yet, being at the confluence of the French and the English traditions, Montreal has developed a unique and distinguished cultural face. Another distinctive characteristic of Montreal culture life is to be found in the animation of its downtown, particularly during summer, prompted by cultural and social events, particularly festivals. The city's largest festival is the Just for Laughs comedy festival, which is the largest in the world of its kind. Other popular festivals include the Montreal International Jazz Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, Les FrancoFolies de Montréal, Nuits d'Afrique, Pop Montreal, Divers/Cité, Fierté Montréal and the Montreal Fireworks Festival.
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Photography Productions Support Services
MONTREAL PHOTOGRAPHY PRODUCTIONS SERVICES
Montreal Photography Productions. is the primary source in answer to all your needs for your photo shoots in the Montreal region and Quebec province. Let them be Photography Production Managers, Photo Shoots Producers, Still Photos Producers, Montreal Location Scouts, Location Scouting Photographers; Montreal Photo Production is your "one email" away source for all your Canadian Photography productions projects.
Montreal Photography Productions.com is the Montreal primary source in answer to all your needs for your photo shoots in the Montreal region and Quebec province. Let them be Photography Production Managers, Photo Shoots Producers, Still Photos Producers, Montreal Location Scouts, Location Scouting Photographers; Montreal Photo Production is your "one email" away source for all your Canadian Photography productions projects.

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Seasonned    Producer    Michelle    d'Eze    said    in    an    interview:    " Shooting   in   Montreal   means   more   than   Dollar   and   Sense   Montreal has   it   all;   European   cultural   and   architectural   heritage,   modern urban    cityscapes,    quaint    rural    backdrops,    four    distinct    seasons and a geography of mountains, fields, lakes and rivers." Montreal through camera lenses! When   looking   through   your   camera   lenses   see;   Old   Europe   at   a fraction   of   the   cost;   New   York,   Chicago   or   any   North   American Metropolis   --   only   safer   and   much   more   affordable;   a   climate   and geography   allowing   to   shoot   photos   that   take   place   anywhere,   in any   weather   and   at   any   moment   in   history;   a   lower   cost   of   living; and   a   thriving   place   where   the   quality   of   life   is   unsurpassed,   The Province   of   Quebec   and   its   Metropolis   Montreal   rank   among   the most foreign production friendly locations in the world. Montreal, 400 years of well-preserved history! What   do   you   get   when   you   combine   400   years   of   well-preserved history   an   European   cultural   and   architectural   heritage,   modern urban    cityscapes,    quaint    rural    backdrops,    four    distinct    seasons and   a   geography   of   mountains,   fields,   lakes   and   a   river   that   gets so wide it can be mistaken for the sea? In essence, the ideal conditions for outdoor shooting. Photographers,   art   directors,   publishers   as   well   as,   film-makers and   producers   have   often   been   pleasantly   surprised   by   Montreal Photography   Productions   location   scouts   in   their   ability   to   come up   with   credible   stand-ins   for   such   hard-to-find   locales   as   a   New York   winter   street   at   the   turn   of   the   century,   a   16th-century   Paris neighbourhood   or   a   Maine   seashore   village   buried   under   gold- and   red-coloured   autumn   leaves.   A   little   bit   of   cosmetics   is   often all   that   is   required   to   relocate   such   faraway   places   as   Shanghai   or St. Petersburg.
MONTREAL PHOTOGRAPHY PRODUCTIONS
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Phone : +1 514-880-6372