An ISO photographer has created a video of herself taking portraits at a coffee shop and using her computer to take photos of the images she makes.
In a video posted to Instagram, the photographer, whose name is Emma Pascall, explained how she used the computer to edit her photos before uploading them to Instagram.
“It was a lot of work and I had a lot to do but I just thought, ‘I want to share it and hopefully this will inspire someone else’,” said Emma.
“And I did it!”
Emma, who lives in Victoria, British Columbia, said her style is influenced by her upbringing in the Canadian city of Calgary, where she was raised as a child of immigrants from Ireland and Scotland.
“I’ve always been influenced by people who have worked from home.
I’m inspired by their creativity and their passion,” she said.
Emma said the work she did with her new computer is a tribute to her roots and the people she met along the way.
“They’ve been there for me,” she told CBC News.
“As an Irish immigrant I grew up with an Irish culture, I have a lot in common with Irish people and I really want to be able to share that with people.”
The video has received more than 40,000 views on Instagram.