Silhouettes at Ryerson


I think any street photographer worth his/her salt can’t help but enjoy silhouettes and deep shadows. Photographers have been exploiting light and shadow this way for many decades. For me, looking for good light and shadow play is almost second nature, even when I don’t have a camera with me. I think that’s one of the side benefits of photography, you learn to see a whole new world behind the world everyone else sees daily. You see interesting reflections in storefront windows or puddles, you see shapes and designs that make up strong compositions and you see human interaction to which many just never pay attention. Simply, you see the art and beauty of the world around you while many are busy staring down at their phones. Anyway, hope you like the photo.

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