Category Archives: Portrait Photography

Small audience

I snapped a few shots of this dude playing guitar but when the little child in the stroller came along I knew this was the keeper of the lot. Sorry I haven’t posted in a while, just been busy and … Continue reading

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Another spiderman

Shot this with my new Fuji 27mm (41mm eq.) f2.8 prime lens, at f2.8. I’ve only been out with for one day but so far it seems like a really sharp, contrasty lens. Not really my go-to focal length, but … Continue reading

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Girl at Moon Bean Cafe

I shot this lovely young lady at Kensington Market on the weekend. The light on her was fantastic. I also have a b/w version but I really think the colour one works best. I shot this with the 18/2 prime … Continue reading

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Cloudy Day Shades

I didn’t really talk to this guy. Just pointed at my lens and then pointed at him and nodded. He nodded back and I snapped a couple of shots of him. Sometimes it’s better to have as little conversation as … Continue reading

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Keep the kid dry

I shot this near the end of November on a rainy Saturday walkabout through Chinatown. I saw this little child in the covered stroller and thought it was the cutest thing. They passed me so I had to sort of … Continue reading

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Lazy Photographer Book – Book Flip

  Lazy Photographer Book Update: So I finally received my copy of my new book “Theses Days Will Pass.” I really like how it came out. Upgrading to the 100# premium luster was definitely the right call. You can follow … Continue reading

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Third wheel

I snapped this during my last Pedestrian Sunday outing at Kensington Market. It was a shot from my day of talking to strangers I’d normally not bother with. My experience is when you come across a group of street people … Continue reading

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How to talk to strangers

Sunday I met my buddy Geoff at Ryerson Balzac’s before we headed off to Pedestrian Sunday at Kensingon Market, the last one of the season. I had a plan to force myself to talk to more strangers than I usually … Continue reading

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