Category Archives: Colour Photography

Toronto Streets

A few shot taken at random times over the past couple of years…

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St Paddy’s Day

It was nice to see so many people out to attend the St Paddy’s Day parade here in Toronto last Sunday. It was the first event to be cancelled when the city when into covid lockdown back in 2020, sadly. … Continue reading

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Toronto in Transition

These small buildings won’t be around much longer, as Toronto races to demolish our history for more condo towers. I’m not complaining. I get it. But whenever I see these heritage buildings I always imagine what they must have looked … Continue reading

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Floating image format

I recently discovered one of the editing programs I use (ACDSee Pro) allows me to create a white background and have my image float on it with a drop shadow that gives the appearance of it hanging on a wall. … Continue reading

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A little press for the lazy photographer

Well this was a nice surprise. A week or so back I’d printed and framed an image I made and then gave it to the restaurant I was shooting. They were delighted by the unexpected gift. I then shared the … Continue reading

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Winter in Toronto

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Toronto Snowmageddon

We had an epic snowstorm here in Toronto last Monday. Made quite the mess of the city. We even closed an important highway for the day. Our public transit system crashed, with buses stuck or broken down everywhere and streetcars … Continue reading

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Toronto at dusk

Happy New Year, everyone… Hope y’all had a wonderful holiday break. Here in Toronto, thanks to the Omicron variant, we go back into lockdown again tomorrow for a couple of weeks. Oh well, what’cha gonna do, right? My holiday was … Continue reading

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