Monthly Archives: May 2013

Standing tall!

I recently talked about the rule of thirds and how using this rule can improve your composition and make a photo more pleasing to the eye. The word “rule” is a bit of a misnomer, however, since there is more … Continue reading

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Outside the bank on Yonge

I was really hoping the splash of light the guy was walking into would illuminate his face for this shot but it didn’t work out. I might be wrong but I think if I’d waited a nanosecond longer until his … Continue reading

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Smoke break and graffiti wall

Here’s another one from the weekend. I got really lucky here. The guy was standing there smoking so I stopped, raised my camera, composed the shot and waited for him to turn. He did, I snapped off the shot and … Continue reading

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Profit vs Humanity

This is probably my favourite protest shot from Saturday. The march turned up Yonge St from King St. and the protesters were immediately blanketed by shadows from the tall buildings. I snapped some shots but they lacked good light. I … Continue reading

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Three ladies on Yonge St

This one is from Saturday, taken just south of Dundas Square when Nisarg and I headed down to the protest at St, James Park. It’s actually a hip shot, so to speak, in that I was walk past them in … Continue reading

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Looking for light, and a little luck

So out I got again today. This time I met my photography friends for Dim Sum in Chinatown, and then headed west to Kensington Market. Man what a beautiful day today. The best part is I feel I’ve sort of … Continue reading

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She’s not homeless

My buddy Nisarg is back from India. Just got in a couple days back. He’s a terrific photographer and was recently published in the Guardian in the UK. He’s only in his late 20s and I highly suspect he’ll end … Continue reading

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Sign and graffiti and windows

This is an odd photo for me. Here’s what I mean. While our group was walking up Broadview, we stopped at this street to wait for the others to catch up. I noticed this sign and the building behind it … Continue reading

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