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Category Archives: Interior Photography
While this might seem like a pretty innocuous photo taken at a bookstore, but consider this: Had Trump lost the election last November none of these books would be featured on the shelf at the isle’s end right now. When … Continue reading
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 shot this at the Eaton Centre, Toronto’s largest mall in the heart of downtown. I thought that at f8 everything would be pretty much in focus but I guess because I was focusing on the railing, which was pretty … Continue reading
Here’s another shot with the Fuji X Pro 2. I shot on Friday in jpeg and on Sunday in Raw and you can definitely notice a difference with the Raw files. This one’s from my Friday outing, taken at Steam … Continue reading
With this photo I’m channelling my inner Fred Herzog. If you don’t know Herzog’s colour photography, then you should google him and check out his images from Vancouver in the 50s and 60s. Back then colour photography was pretty much … Continue reading
I shot this back in late summer at the AGO. This was an exhibit of photographs from Japan after the atomic bomb was dropped in the second world war. Very sad and disturbing, to say the least.
You wouldn’t describe it as classy or trendy, this little bakery in Leslieville. The plain vanilla walls were artless. The baseboards squat and flat, painted brown. No music filled the air. The look of the place was thoughtless, cold and … Continue reading