On assignment: stained-glass artists

Got 4 pictures picture published yesterday in The Gazette for a single story on street kids who will produce, with professional guidance from artist Jean Beaulieu and help from social workers at the Maison Dauphine day center, a total of 17 stained-glass windows that will be displayed at the cruise ship terminal. A really good story by freelance journalist Mark Cardwell.

Jean BeaulieuArtist Jean Beaulieu says he got tired of being asked for spare change by street kids: he decided to take action.
Technical: Canon EOS 1d Mark II, 1/250 at f2,2 with a 85mm prime lens – ISO 125 + flash bounced into an umbrella on the left

Stain-glassDominic Vallée: Making stained glass is a « totally cool experience »
Technical: Canon EOS 1d Mark II, 1/250 at f4 with a 85mm prime lens – ISO 200 + flash bounced into an umbrella on the right

Stain-glassChloé Langlois, a Maison Dauphine employee, works on the stained-glass project alongside the six street kids
Technical: Canon EOS 1d Mark II, 1/250 at f6,3 with a 85mm prime lens – ISO 200 + flash bounced into an umbrella on the back of the subject

Stain-glassA young man who wants to go by the name “Frankee” inspects a piece of glass
Technical: Canon EOS 1d Mark II, 1/250 at f5,6 with a 85mm prime lens – ISO 320

Stain-glass« Jossué » and « Frankee » in the chapel workshop in Old QuebecTechnical: Canon EOS 1d Mark II, 1/125 at f2,8 with a 16-35 at 26mm – ISO 125 + flash bounced into an umbrella on the left

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