Tag Archives: Black & White Photography

Street Photography and Photographing Children

Street Photography and Photographing Children A little good news. Petapixel, a very popular online photography magazine, has published the piece I wrote about photographing children in public without the parents’ permission. I’m pretty pleased about it. Give it a read … Continue reading

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Alternative Thinking

I shot this back in the spring during a short day out with my buddy David. The empty space around the building is where the now gone Ed’s Warehouse used to be. Ed’s Warehouse was a iconic city landmark, now … Continue reading

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A rare selfie…

Okay, it’s not going to put Kim Kardashian to shame or anything, but here’s a neat selfie I snapped a week or so back. Sort of a picture in picture. Hope you’re having a good week.

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Chinatown Girl

I saw this adorable little Asian girl before she noticed me, so I framed the shot and waited for her to look up. She was so cute. Another Saturday in Chinatown, Toronto. Hope you like it. On another note, I’ve … Continue reading

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Clarinet on King

I saw this Asian man playing the shit out of his clarinet on King. I took a few shots and then noticed the staircase leading up to a restaurant. Shooting from the landing gave me a unique angle unavailable from … Continue reading

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Winter ice storm in mid-April

So mother nature decided to treat us Torontonians (and much of Ontario, in fact) to a winter ice storm this weekend, almost a month into spring. How sweet of her. So while I could have taken the bad weather opportunity … Continue reading

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Texting and smoking

I shot this back in early February on a particularly wet day in Toronto. It was supposed to snow so I brought my big Canon out with my 50mm f1.4 prime on it. The ideas was to shoot wide open … Continue reading

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Peter Parker in costume

I shot this yesterday during a walkabout downtown. Had a really good day but man with the wind was it ever brisk. This guy was performing for the kiddies at Spadina and Dundas in the heart of Toronto’s Chinatown. I’m … Continue reading

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