Monthly Archives: June 2011

Laneway, from above

This is a neat shot. I mounted my camera to a 5 1/2 foot long monopod, set the camera timer to 2 seconds, fired the shutter then lifted it well above my head and held it steady to get this … Continue reading

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Rise of the Storm Troopers

Don’t even ask… ūüôā Okay, story’s pretty boring, really. Some comic book shop was hosting a big comic book event and I came across the scene. There were people dressed up as their favourite characters and posing for whoever felt … Continue reading

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Some dude and his dog

I shot this some time back on Yonge St. near College. Again, it’s my play with reflections. One thing I thought I’d mention is how I make my photos straight. In this case one might think to straighten the photo … Continue reading

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Hi there…

I came across this lovely lady in little Italy. She was with her friend and they were kind enough to let me photograph them both. But it’s this shot I like best. They were sooo sweet. Meeting people like this … Continue reading

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Go to the light

This is one of those photos you take without really knowing how it will come out until you see it on the computer and play with it a bit. I took this a while back and never got around to … Continue reading

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Crane Again

You know me and cranes. I’m like a little kid around them, sometimes. Came across this one on Saturday. For the life of my I couldn’t figure out how to shoot it. I didn’t really think I had anything, but … Continue reading

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Torn Poster looks like Saddam

Is it just me or does that torn poster look like the face of Saddam Hussein. You remember him, right? The guy portrayed in Michael Moore’s mocumentary, Fahrenheit 9/11, as a poor misunderstood gentle statesman just trying to keep his … Continue reading

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Split Personality

Boy did I sleep in today. I can’t believe I’m not more exhausted. Thankfully I only had like 2 1/2 beers last night. Didn’t get to bed until 3:00 AM. Anyway, here’s a photo from yesterday. Unfortunately it’s substantially cropped … Continue reading

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