Streets of Toronto in Colour

Here are some random shots from this year. I’m pretty sure the first one will make my colour street photography book, but no idea about the rest. I have so many images to go through. And I keep finding ones I originally processed in b/w but am now doing a second copy in colour. That’s slowing me down somewhat. I have a nasty habit of making projects far more difficult than they have to be. Anyway, hope you like them.

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2 Responses to Streets of Toronto in Colour

  1. Ryan Garden says:

    Love the photos.

    I understand your pain of making projects harder than they need to be. I always find that I take too many photos, then can’t decide which ones I like best. Sometimes I have to force myself to be harsh to whittle down my selection.

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