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Here’s a shot from my walkabout downtown on Christmas day. Not many people out and about. Had the 23mm f2 (35mm eq.) on my Fuji X Pro 2 that day. I’m slowly getting used to that focal length. All in … Continue reading
I got out for my first walkabout downtown with my new Fujifilm X Pro 2. Being not that used to shooting primes, I had a hard time with it and didn’t get many shots with which I was really pleased, … Continue reading
Here’s another shot from my walkabout around the grounds of the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. When I noticed the play of light and shadow and the leading lines, I simply parked myself and waited for a single person to … Continue reading
This is Filmores. It’s an old strip joint just east of Yonge Street, in Toronto. I’ve posted photos of it before, but this one’s a little different. You see, there used to be a big high rise hotel next door … Continue reading
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 shot this at the Eaton Centre, Toronto’s largest mall in the heart of downtown. I thought that at f8 everything would be pretty much in focus but I guess because I was focusing on the railing, which was pretty … Continue reading
This is the St. James Church on Church Street at King Street in Toronto. The parish here dates back to 1797. It’s one of Toronto’s most beautiful structures. I shot this a month or so back during one of my … Continue reading