Monthly Archives: June 2021

Cinematic Colour Editing, Toronto

Been sort of teaching myself how to edit with a teal/orange push to give some of my photos a cinematic feel. Doesn’t work with all photos, of course, but night scenes or photos with lots of shadows make great subjects … Continue reading

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Toronto Streets in colour

Here’s another set of re-edited images. Except the last one. That one I just stumbled upon in my archives. I guess I didn’t bother to edit it back in 2013 when I first made it. My b/w street photography can … Continue reading

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Chinatown & Toronto’s west end

The above four images are all found photos, discovered while digging through my archives. Back then (a decade ago) I often came home with a shitload of images in my camera. So many that I’d only have time to skim … Continue reading

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