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For something a little different I thought I’d share some shots of my photography buddies. These are people with whom I often roam the streets of downtown Toronto. I won’t bother with names, since it won’t make a different … Continue reading
I shot this on the 23rd of April during a walkabout downtown with another photographer buddy of mine. The light was bouncing off the building behind me and illuminated the woman in the car. I thought it made for a … Continue reading
I shot this a couple of weeks back. Just something about the grouping of people that attracted me. Looking at it now with fresh eyes I can see how the shot might have been better with the guy in the … Continue reading
If you’ve followed along you know I enjoy shooting protests and rallies. Thing is, they’re usually pretty negative experiences. I mean, they happen because people aren’t happy, right? Two events I always enjoy shooting is the annual zombie walk and … Continue reading
I shot this back in mid February during a particularly warm walkabout in downtown Toronto. This is way out on Queen West at a place I often drop into for a pint when I’m walking out that way. I shot … Continue reading
While this might seem like a pretty innocuous photo taken at a bookstore, but consider this: Had Trump lost the election last November none of these books would be featured on the shelf at the isle’s end right now. When … Continue reading
I ran into this guy on Yonge Street. What a character. Talked non stop a mile a minute. Derek’s his name. Nice enough guy and he knows how to work it as a model. Just got lucky running into him.
I snapped this at Kensington Market on the weekend. Kind of has an old school feel about it.