Category Archives: Sunny

Peek-a-bo

Toronto’s famous CN Tower peeking out between buildings.

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What?

Had a fun day downtown today. Caught this little fella waiting on his owner. I had to call him to get him to turn my way. Worked out just how I was hoping. Tomorrow’s supposed to be like the best … Continue reading

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The old Bank of Montreal

It’s nice to see buildings like this still in existence and use here in Toronto, although we have lost a lot of them over the years, especially after the major downtown fire of 1904 that wiped out dozens of them … Continue reading

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Brinks

It’s always heartbreaking to see anyone who has run out of options in life and ends up on the street. The juxtaposition of a Brinks truck likely filled with cash parked behind a street person who is simply trying to … Continue reading

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Summer fun

Here are some random street photos from this past summer. All in all I have to say, I had a great summer. Hope you did, too.

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Dave Bottoms’ Guide to Street Photography

My 15 minutes of fame (well, only 5.15 minutes, but you get the point). Here’s a street photography video along with my shooting experience with Fujifilm’s new XPro3. Dale, from Vistek Toronto, shot and produced the piece. I think he … Continue reading

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And here I am…

Went out again to shoot more video for the upcoming Fujifilm XPro3 review. I thought this portrait came out nice. The video should be ready within a couple of weeks. I’ll share it here when the time comes.

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Fuji XPro3 at Kensington Market

So last week I was contacted by one of Toronto’s big camera store and asked if I’d be interested in doing a video review of the new Fujifilm XPro3 rangefinder style camera. Of course I jumped at the change. Last … Continue reading

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