Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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Category Archives: Panoramic Photography
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
Well I had my reception for the photo exhibition at the Beacher Cafe last night and I’ve got to say it was all a bit overwhelming — in a good way, of course. The place was packed. Many of my … Continue reading
Since the reception date and time was already published in a local area newspaper I figured I’d send out an invite to whoever would like to come. Here’s a google map link for direction. On another note, I was hired … Continue reading
So I was up late last night, waay past my bedtime doing some sewing. And here’s the results. This is nine photos stitched together to create a super panoramic view of Lake Ontario, as seen from the waterfront. To get … Continue reading
Happy Christmas eve everyone!!! Thought I’d give you an idea of what Toronto looked like today, on December 24th. Gotta say, I honestly do not recall a better Christmas eve than the one I spent today. Got up and out … Continue reading
Blurb is offering $10. off any book orders from now until the end of November, if anyone’s interested. When ordering just use the promo code: BIG TEN (all caps). Thought I’d throw that out there. t h e l a … Continue reading