Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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Category Archives: Reflections
This one turned out pretty nice. I shot it back in June during my vacation. I was attracted by how the light was reflecting off those windows. I just parked myself on the corner and waited for a cyclist to … Continue reading
I like taking photos of things and places that are in a state of flux. I’ve driven past this place for years and it’s always been a mechanic’s garage. Across the street has always been a big bowling alley (O’Connor … Continue reading
When I first came across this shot I had one idea but after a few snaps it morphed into another idea. Both involved capturing the street light in the dress of the woman on the sign. The thing is, I … Continue reading
Sometimes doorways can be interesting. For me, it was something about the shade of blue and the colour of the beige kraft paper that attracted me. Hope you like it.
The driver saw me take this photo, but what’s amazing (at least to me) is the fact he had no idea at all what I was seeing on the same piece of glass he was looking through. When you think … Continue reading
I’ve actually shot this guy a few times over the years. He hangs out front of the LCBO (our gov run liquor stores) in the beaches. When the liquor store relocated a few blocks west around 18 months back, he … Continue reading
To be honest when I snapped this back in May I really didn’t think I would end up editing it. At the time I didn’t see it as a b/w photograph. Once I started processing it in LR I ended … Continue reading