Finding season-specific Parliament Photos
Update – March 2017
Why are photos of Parliament mostly summer shots? What about the other seasons?
Winter Parliament photo by Michel Loiselle
The Canadian Parliament stock photo collection by Michel Loiselle includes images of all seasons to help Designers better communicate season-specific projects. This winter image, Path to Politics is also an evening shot making it that much more enjoyable.
- Autumn Parliament photo by Michel Loiselle
Consider this image, October Politics and how it gives a new feeling to the subject. It’s alive with color and truly inviting. Graphic Designers can get at least one photo of each season to help with specific campaigns.
Spring Parliament photo by Michel Loiselle
This Spring Parliament photo certainly says spring with pride and energy. See how CERC has used the image for an online magazine article.
Ensuring that all seasons are included in the Canadian Parliament portfolio makes the collection more valuable to clients.
The fact that this image is on an angle also helps attract attention to your story and get your message across more readily.
Keeping the Designer in mind when creating images is important. Clients want choice.
The Political Glow image below certainly says summer with attitude! It’s a great image to have when you really need to say CANADA in your message.
Summer Evening Parliament photo by Michel Loiselle
The Canadian Parliament collection is an important national resource for the creative community in Canada.
See the Portfolio on mostphotos.com.
Thanks for reading and have an excellent day!
OTHER POSTS BY MICHEL LOISELLE
Knowing our Parliamentary Precinct — Tulips on Parliament Hill – The West Block of Canada – 7 Year Parliament Project – Politically Speaking – Canada in One Photo – Design and Imaging — Haunted Castle — Night Shots — Hey That’s My Image — My Canadian Pride Is Showing — Canada Day on Parliament Hill — Images in Color and in Stereo – 5 Reasons to Use Photos — Gargoyles on Parliament Hill – Christmas on Parliament Hill — Live Music is Always Best — The Confederation Building — The Supreme Court of Canada