Dave, The Lazy Photographer
Thanks again for dropping by my blog. I sincerely hope you enjoyed my photos and will return again.
Please consider adding me to your blogroll. My URL is:
If you wish to follow my blog using the wordpress blog surfer, you will need to type in the actual blog address rather than my own domain name. My wordpress address is:
Lazy Photograger Book 1
Looking for something?
Top Lazy Posts
Popular Lazy TagsAbstract Art Animals Architecture Art Beach Birds Black & White Photography Buildings Canon 5D Mrk III Canon 16-35 f4 IS L Glass lens Canon 16-35 f4 L Glass Canon 24-105mm F4 L Glass Canon T2i Children Chinatown City Clouds/Skies Cyclist Digital Photographs Digital Photography Distillery District Dogs Downtown Toronto Dundas Square Dundas St. W. Eaton Centre Graffiti Gritty homeless Industrial Kensington Market Lake Ontario Light and shadow Lightroom 3 Lightroom 4.1 Lightroom 5 Lightroom 6 Little Italy Night Photography People Photo Art Photograph Photographs Photography Photojournalism Photos Portraits Protest Protesters Queen Street West Reflections Scarborough St. Lawrence Market Storefronts street Street Person Street Photography Sunsets Tamron 17-50mm f2.8 Tokina 11-16mm F2.8 Toronto Toronto Beaches Toronto City Hall Toronto Harbour Front Toronto Photo Walks Toronto Transit Commission Toronto Waterfront Trees & Plantlife TTC Urban Urban Photography Vehicles Wide Angles Lens Winter Yonge Street
Category Archives: Dogs
For a little change I thought today I’d share my new (well, relatively new) camera, Kenzie. My big Canon 5D is named Wilson, after the ball in the Tom Hanks movie, Cast Away. Kenzie is named after Kensington Market, which … Continue reading
I already posted a black & white version of this shot, like from a different perspective and angle. This colour version I also like. I think the black & white one will make the book, which means this one won’t. … Continue reading
I remember taking this one last October and the guy was fine with it but his girlfriend got really pissy with me. “Do you mind not taking photos of my dog,” she said. Then, “What do you plan to do … Continue reading
I shot this last weekend on my way home from Kensington Market. I’d gone to meet a buddy who was doing a model photo shoot. That was fun. On my way back to the car I pass this place with … Continue reading
I didn’t really get what I wanted with this shot, because Graffiti Dog kept moving around, but somehow I think this shot works. The dude in the background with the white shades started laughing when he saw me and shouted … Continue reading
I shot this back in November. The dogs seemed curious about this big black object I was holding to me face. I thought about processing this in Black & white but the colours were just too attractive to me. I … Continue reading