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I’m always a fan of using shadows within my composition. In this case those shadows are acting like leading lines that draw you into the scene. I also like how the late afternoon sun has sun-kissed the photo, splashing lovely … Continue reading
So the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) currently has a Guillermo del Toro exhibition on right now. He’s the Mexican filmmaker and director of numerous movies, such as Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim, Blade II, Mimic, Cronos, and my favourite, … Continue reading
I take all sorts of photography; portraits, architecture, street, landscape, whatever draws my interest. But the one type of composition that really tickles my fancy is that which includes an interesting grouping of people. Why? Because I find such photos … Continue reading
I snapped this last fall on Queen West. The name of the restaurant escapes me at the moment. It reminded me of an older diner from the 50s, so I played with the colours to give it a sort of … Continue reading
This is one of my favourites from that outing, back in early November. I was out with a couple of friends and we walked through the St Lawrence Market. Buster’s Sea Cove is a very busy little spot at the … Continue reading