Category Archives: Winter Photography

Chinatown

I saw this person and sort of hid away and waited until he turned toward me. I snapped this from the hip and I don’t think he saw me. The expression on his face I found interesting; however, I’m not … Continue reading

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Tea Cups

I snapped this one two days before Christmas our front of Toronto City Hall where they were having a Christmas Market. Took a few tries to get the subject sharp with the rest of the shop blurred, but eventually I … 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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That’s not how you back up

This one dates back to a pleasant end-of-winter day in mid March. I was surprised she didn’t react to me raising my camera to her but she was on the phone (no surprise) and likely somewhat oblivious to her surroundings. … Continue reading

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Winter ice storm in mid-April

So mother nature decided to treat us Torontonians (and much of Ontario, in fact) to a winter ice storm this weekend, almost a month into spring. How sweet of her. So while I could have taken the bad weather opportunity … Continue reading

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Texting and smoking

I shot this back in early February on a particularly wet day in Toronto. It was supposed to snow so I brought my big Canon out with my 50mm f1.4 prime on it. The ideas was to shoot wide open … Continue reading

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Snowy night on the Danforth

I shot this back on February 13th. I was out with friends and we had a good afternoon shooting in the snow, but the magic came once we got back to the east end at the end of the walk. … Continue reading

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Golden sunset kicking out long shadows

I shot this a couple of weeks back during a walkabout downtown. The one benefit of being downtown all the time is you learn where the light is happening at various times a day. It’s always all about the light, … Continue reading

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