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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
Hey Lazy Followers, I am raising money to fight cancer. Why? Because two people I know lost their battle to it in the past year and another friend is currently fighting it. I want to help in some small way. … Continue reading
I shot this while at Polson Pier a week or so back shooting the city skyline.There wasn’t much going on by way of clouds, but this bit was quite nice. Then a sailboat came along so I just waited for … Continue reading
I actually used the HDR feature on my camera for this shot. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. Basically, you take one over exposed shot (which brings up the detail in the shadows), one under exposed shot (which bring up … Continue reading
Here’s another from the High Park walk a week back. Boy it was a nice day. Now we’re back to pretty much early spring/late winter weather. We’ll be lucky to see 10 C. today. It’s been a dark and gloomy … Continue reading
That’s actually not a tourist but my friend and the leader of the Toronto Photo Walks group, Paul. I shot this from way down low without being able to see what I was aiming at. Just sort of pointed the … Continue reading
I love black and white shots of leafless winter trees. Something almost Tim Burton like with them. Very haunting, so to speak. The shadows kicking around off these trees Saturday afternoon were terrific. Anyway, back to work tomorrow. Hope you … Continue reading