Welcome to my site!

My name is Efraim Gavrilovich, I am a professional engineer and formerly R&D engineering company’s owner. I live and work in Quebec City. I have been a part-time semi-pro photographer for over 40 years. A few years ago I left the engineering field, closed my engineering company and dedicated 100% of my time to travel photography, studio (portraits and headshots),  interior, and product photography. For my studio and on-location assignments, I use professional full-frame photosystem and pro-grade lighting equipment suitable for the most demanding jobs.
I also teach “Introduction To Digital Photography” to novices and mid-range photographers in an out-of-the-classroom, outdoor environment. I will also show you how to post-process your digital images in Adobe Lightroom to achieve the best results.

"Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away."


The Team

Margot McAllister

Anna Fillon

Jeff Simmons



I am available for portrait and headshots jobs.

I love people and I hope it shows in my portraiture work. I listen to my clients’ wishes and strive to show their “best side” in my images.

Clients will receive retouched digital images ready for print.


I am traveling around the world to gradually reduce my “bucket list” to zero.

This is my dream and I am living it. I never leave my photo gear behind and strive to capture the beauty of the world as I see it.

I hope you like my images.


Businesses need images of their products to either display them on their websites, to illustrate their catalogues or promotional material. Realtors order photographs of interiors and exteriors of their listed properties. I have taken hundreds of shots for my satisfied customers.


We are available to cover multitude of events.

Corporate events, official dinners,club gatherings,

trade shows, group nights out, family reunions and,

of course, birthdays, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and weddings.


Are you tired of taking photographs with your phone or tablet? Planning to go up one level and purchase DSLR or a mirrorless camera?  Do you already have DSLR but want to take over the camera computer and take controls into your own hands?                                                I can help you.


What is Product Photography?

Product photography uses specific techniques to showcases products in an attractive way and entice potential buyers to purchase specific products.
Product photography is an essential part of both online and offline advertising for successful catalogues, brochures, magazine ads, billboards, online ads and company websites, specifically when selling products direct to consumer.

Consumers seek time-saving shortcuts all the time, and their attention naturally gravitates to the quickest way to gather information: images.
Product images not only testify to the quality of your product, but also serve as windows into your ecommerce store, creating two very important things:

1. Transparency
2. Trust

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Flowing Hair

Basic Rules for Hairdressing Photography

In the web there are a lot of interesting variants of hairdressing photography. But to make a great beginning, let`s consider some basic rules of preparing your hair to such an important day as professional photo shooting and only after you know all of them, you will read about photoshoot hair ideas.

Depending on the type of hairstyles photography session, the requirements for a hairstyle may vary. In the case where several images are supposed to be shot, the hairstyle should not be complicated and strongly fixed, because the hair will have to be stacked several times, which means that the complicated weaving, the great amounts of decoration with all sorts of sparkles are not welcome.

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Day 2: Amsterdam

Got up in the morning and went to the first destination of the day – Anne Frank Museum. It was an easy walk from our hotel, about 16 minutes. On our way we found a coffee kiosk on a canal and had a cup of coffee, which was quite good, and a croissant. We sat at the picnic table by the kiosk and had our breakfast while enjoying a beautiful view of the canal. We have booked our 10am Museum visit online well in advance due to a limited number of people that the small building can accommodate simultaneously. Booking in advance is required even for an Amsterdam Card’s holders, although admittance is free for a cardholder. We had purchased our 48-hours cards about a month prior to our arrival. Having this card was a smart thing to do as the card covers all museums, canal boat ride, public transportation and discounts at selected restaurants.

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Contact Info

  •   985 Rue Verreault, Quebec, QC, Canada
  •   604-506-1197