Leona Mozes Photography

(514) 815-7355
www.lmozes.com

Services Provided
Residential photography, real estate photography

Areas Served
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Business Description
Interior photography catered to the high-end, luxury interior design and real estate markets.

Certification and Awards
Best of Houzz 2012
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7 Pro Lighting Tips for Budding Home Photographers

Learn how to control daylight and artificial light to get high-quality home photos even if you're just starting out Full Story
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I always carry a collapsable reflector in my camera bag. I find it indispensable when I need to add an extra bit of fill light, and also when I need to shield some light, such as a strong sun ray. They are light, portable, and really easy to use. I found a great article at SF Photo School on how to use them. Have a look here: http://sfphotoschool.com/how-to-use-reflectors/
April 2, 2014 at 8:39am   
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FoamCore boards (from art supply/hobby stores) are very helpful in reflecting light where needed and they are cheap. REMEMBER: When setting up a room, it's how the camera sees the furnishings not how they actually are in the room ("Set Dressing"). Don't hesitate to move items around, or even remove them, to get the most pleasing room effect AT THE CAMERA. Sometimes, a lamp or a chair or even a picture may need to be moved or shimmed to reduce reflection or to sit properly in your composition. Use the camera as a canvas and position the items so they do not block each other or create odd patterns in your composition thru the lens...
April 2, 2014 at 9:14am   
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Richard Ambrosi
Gas stove all the way!!! Try making a nice creamy risotto on an electric stove with the crappy control they have- oh yeah, you can't! lol
Second choice would be induction, great control over the temp, easy to use and most are much safer than gas or electric.
As far as a oven, all about the convection. Once you go convection, you never go back! lol
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I have had the glass top electric and the open gas flame cooktop. The glass top wins hands down for keeping clean and offering extra counter top space. It cooked well, just the slow to heat and cool. Gas is a "romantic" cooking experience, with instant response time, but much, much more work to clean. A friend has induction and she loves it. She had to buy new pans, it has instant heat response and the quickest boil I've ever seen, and the super easy to clean glass top. The burners are cool to the touch since it only reacts to the pan. Gas Convection oven, all the way!
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My Houzz: Going White and Bright in Montreal

White lacquer and wider doorways help create an airer backdrop for colorful contemporary art in a 1910 Arts and Crafts home Full Story
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It seems that this woodwork debate has pushed people into two distinct camps (pro-paint versus never-paint) with some saying paint -some-but-not-all and others saying respect other's choice to paint. Hmmm, couldn't help seeing a parallel to some other pro-choice issues out there. And as we all know, there's no point trying to argue one's point in such polarized issues - the most one can hope for is to "agree not to agree." Saying what I would have done as a homeowner or as a designer is simply inappropriate in these Houzz home features. I keep my opinions for Houzz Design Dilemma forums and suggest others do the same. Bottom line, the photos of this house left this Montreal designer drooling and wondering what I would have to do to get on their dinner party guest list. Félicitations les gars!
March 26, 2014 at 4:38am     
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Hello, I was the photographer, so off hand, I can't answer your question. However, I will contact the designer, and get back to you in a couple of days. Best, Leona.
March 16, 2014 at 6:47am   
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Sorry for the delay…..The sofa was purchased at a furniture store in Montreal several years ago. The store has since closed. Best, Leona
March 26, 2014 at 6:44am   
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Hello, I was the photographer on the project, and am unaware of where the owner purchased the elephant. In the meantime, I will ask if the interior designer knows. Best. Leona
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Review by Doris Sarry Design:

Leona Mozes can make any environment inviting. Her keen eye for detail and interior design background give her an edge that is clearly visible in her photograph...
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Review by Celadon Collection:

Leona has a very good understanding on how to make a room look its best. Having a background in interior design and having worked with one of the best designers...
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Review by Hennessey inc:

Leona Mozes has been our photographer for the past six years, both for business and private events. As a construction contractor, I use Mrs. Mozes services for ...
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Review by jrdmontreal:

Photography! Leona's eye for photography combines the understanding of light and the composition of subject matter akin to an artist. I have used Leona for ...
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Review by liliannepopescu:

I used the services of Leona Mozes to do some portraits of my family. She listened to our requests and quickly assessed both our environment and our dynamic. I...
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I have been referring the painting services of Hennessey Inc for over 10 years now. In all cases, my clients' feedback and satisfaction level with her work has...
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Have worked with Bridgit when we were in the hospitality design business many years ago. With a great eye for design, she is also astute, thorough, and extrem...
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