Category Archives: Chinatown

Summer fun

Here are some random street photos from this past summer. All in all I have to say, I had a great summer. Hope you did, too.

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Dave Bottoms’ Guide to Street Photography

My 15 minutes of fame (well, only 5.15 minutes, but you get the point). Here’s a street photography video along with my shooting experience with Fujifilm’s new XPro3. Dale, from Vistek Toronto, shot and produced the piece. I think he … Continue reading

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CNE 2019

I shot this back on the holiday Monday during a little downtown walkabout with my friend Andrea when the CNE airshow was happening. I thought the overhead streetcar wires made for good framing. Hope you like it. These two I … Continue reading

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Chinatown

I saw this person and sort of hid away and waited until he turned toward me. I snapped this from the hip and I don’t think he saw me. The expression on his face I found interesting; however, I’m not … Continue reading

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Keep the kid dry

I shot this near the end of November on a rainy Saturday walkabout through Chinatown. I saw this little child in the covered stroller and thought it was the cutest thing. They passed me so I had to sort of … Continue reading

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Good Samaritan

This old Asian woman was crossing the street but she was too slow and the light changed against her, so this cyclists road along side her to ensure the cars waiting to go would be aware there was someone still … Continue reading

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Limited Edition Photography Book

So I’m done editing my photos for the upcoming book (first of maybe five). Just starting to design the cover. Here’s a screenshot of it so far. I’m sure it’ll change by the time I’m done. Same with the title … Continue reading

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The Piano Man

One of the friendliest, most upbeat dudes you’ll meet downtown. He hangs out at Spadina and Dundas in the heart of Chinatown and has a bunch of buddies who keep him company. Before taking this photo I had already walked … Continue reading

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