Tag Archives: Black & White Photography

February in Toronto

I snapped this over the weekend. It was really sunny and the skyscrapers downtown were reflecting the sunshine like crazy. Made for a ton of photo opportunities. Advertisements

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100 University

Boy what a long weekend. I made it out for full walkabouts on all three days. Not sure how much I walked. Maybe 30 kms. Hard to say. Yesterday was Family Day here in Ontario, which is a holiday. I … Continue reading

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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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Your meal is in transit

This show shutter pan shot came out pretty nice, if I do say so myself. I say slow shutter but that’s only compared to my go to shutter speed of 1/320th a second. This was captured at 1/80th a second, … Continue reading

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Cloudy Day Shades

I didn’t really talk to this guy. Just pointed at my lens and then pointed at him and nodded. He nodded back and I snapped a couple of shots of him. Sometimes it’s better to have as little conversation as … Continue reading

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Kensington Market

We had some beautiful weather here in Toronto yesterday. It was around +11 C and somewhat sunny. My buddies and I walked to Kensington Market for a little Sunday shooting. This guy is one of the most difficult dudes to … Continue reading

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Limited Edition Photography Book

So I’m done editing my photos for the upcoming book (first of maybe five). Just starting to design the cover. Here’s a screenshot of it so far. I’m sure it’ll change by the time I’m done. Same with the title … Continue reading

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“I think I can see god!”

I like groupings because it’s so difficult to have them work out. What I mean is, when the grouping of random people doesn’t turn into a jumbled mess of confusion and busyness. In this case you have a drummer dressed … Continue reading

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