Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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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
Sonder n. the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own—populated with their own ambitions, friends, routines, worries and inherited craziness—an epic story that continues invisibly around you like an anthill sprawling … Continue reading
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
Another photo shot with the X Pro 2. I got lucky in that as I was framing up this shot the person on the streetcar decided to stick her head out the window. I think that really made the shot … Continue reading
For kicks and giggles I thought I’d see if anyone wants to take a stab at giving this photo a title or perhaps a caption. I really can’t think of one for it.
It’s hard to believe, but I snapped this on February 20th this year. So much for the great white north, eh? I remember it being remarkably warm that day. I walked for miles. This shot was taken on Bathurst at … Continue reading
I shot this in early August with my wide angle lens @ 16mm. I also stopped down to f22 to get the sun burst effect. The weird light on the building is actually the sun reflecting off the windows on … Continue reading
I really like this shot. The light and shadow worked out great. It’ll end up in my book for sure. I snapped it a while back during an outing to Litter Italy in the west end. Hope you like it.