Category Archives: Kensington Market

City in Colour

A few more colour street shots for you. I’d love to post one a day as I used to, but WordPress messed with their publishing tool and made it far more arduous and time consuming that it used to be, … Continue reading

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Night Street Photography

Thought I’d share some of my colour night photography. To be honest, I’m not that skilled at night photography. I find that editing colour night images very difficult. The amount of tweaking I have to do in Lightroom (LR) with … Continue reading

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Ozzy’s

Got out with my buddies last evening for a little photo therapy. This one came out nice, I think. Hope you like it.

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Life, now in 3D

This is actually a shower certain in a storefront window. I wasn’t really expecting the reflections would work out so well, to be honest. I think this would make a neat poster. Anyway, hope you like it. Stay safe.

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Pandemic City

Here’s a second slideshow featuring Toronto during the covid 19 (coronavirus) lockdown. There are still many people out and about but everyone seems to be doing a pretty good job of social distancing, except in the grocery stores where it’s … Continue reading

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City on lockdown

I decided to begin a documentary photography project to showcase what’s going on in Canada’s biggest city right now. Like many places around the globe, we’re in a virtual lockdown. Pretty much everything’s closed, in an effort to “flatten the … Continue reading

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My latest article for Petapixel Magazine

So I wrote another article for Petapixel. This one’s about dealing with confrontation when out making street photography. You can read it here. Be sure to scroll through the comments. The trolls were really active on this one. Very entertaining … Continue reading

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My latest street photography article

So today Petapixel Magazine (an online photography magazine) published my second article, Street Photography: Risk and Reward. Give it a read and let me know what you think. Or better yet, give it a read and if you like it, … Continue reading

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