As this year our photography exhibition is virtual, Arta Gallery director/curator Fay Athari and the Arta Team has curated a series of artist Q&A to introduce all amazing photographers that are part of our Time Lost exhibition.
Today we are having a Q&A with Toronto-based photographer Edith Levy. Edith has been involved in photography and the creative arts for over 30 years, earning a Bachelors degree in Fine Arts from Concordia University in Montreal. In the last 10 years, she has focused primarily on landscape and travel photography, embracing the beauty that she see around me and the people that she meets during her travels.
Why did you choose to pursue a career as a photographer?
Whose work has influenced you most?
What type of cameras do you shoot with?
Canon 5D Mark III
What kind of tools do you use for post-processing?
What is the most rewarding part of being a photographer for you?
The most rewarding is that photography inspires my imagination. I also find the entire process rewarding, from being out in the field shooting to post production.