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Category Archives: Portrait Photography
Drove out to the country for the day today. Visited Port Hope and Cobourg with a friend of mine. Had fun and got some shots as usual, but it wasn’t until the drive back that we lucked out with a … Continue reading
So the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) currently has a Guillermo del Toro exhibition on right now. He’s the Mexican filmmaker and director of numerous movies, such as Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim, Blade II, Mimic, Cronos, and my favourite, … Continue reading
I take all sorts of photography; portraits, architecture, street, landscape, whatever draws my interest. But the one type of composition that really tickles my fancy is that which includes an interesting grouping of people. Why? Because I find such photos … Continue reading
Okay, so I made up the title. This little girl was having such a fantastic time playing in the fountain and running back and forth to her mom. You could really tell how much she loved and respected her mother. … Continue reading
Sorry, not Liam and Noel Gallagher, just some guy in a t-shirt at Kensington Market. The t-shirt isn’t even advertising the band, but a bar in Toronto. As for the shot, I just looked at him and nodded and tapped … Continue reading
For something a little different I thought I’d share some shots of my photography buddies. These are people with whom I often roam the streets of downtown Toronto. I won’t bother with names, since it won’t make a different … Continue reading
She was out promoting her store, so I assume she was a model of sorts. When I asked if I could take her photo, she immediately knew how to pose, which was nice. I got lucky that the wind caught … Continue reading