Tag Archives: Black & White Photography

Kensington Market, late afternoon

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

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Head in a jar

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

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Little bridge & waterfalls

I met a friend yesterday at this big park in midtown Toronto called Edwards Gardens. It’s a beautiful place. Haven’t been in literally a couple of decades. Brought along the camera and managed to get a couple of shots I … Continue reading

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Eight times dryer

There’s something attractive about laundromats. I know you don’t often see photos of them from me, but I do shoot them all the time. Problem is, I’m never happy enough with the shot to share it. But I keep trying. … Continue reading

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The Wall

There’s an old mental health hospital on Queen St W. I was walking the grounds and along the back end there’s this wall that divides the hospital grounds from a new mini subdivision. Something about it caught my eye. I … Continue reading

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CNE Night Pool

So I made it out to the CNE for the first time in years. Brought Wilson out for a change, that’s my big Canon 5D Mrk III. Put on the 16-35mm wide angle lens, too. It was fun but to … Continue reading

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37 stories

A friend of mine gave me a tour of his offices, located in the heart of Toronto’s financial district. Pretty sweet view from the 37th floor. Unfortunately I picked up some reflections from shooting through the windows.

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Big Bus, Tall Dude

This guy was TALL. Like, maybe over 6 ft, 6 inches.  You can sort of get a sense of his height by the woman to the left there. Anyway, I’ve taken a similar shot before but I think I like … Continue reading

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