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Here’s a shot from my walkabout downtown on Christmas day. Not many people out and about. Had the 23mm f2 (35mm eq.) on my Fuji X Pro 2 that day. I’m slowly getting used to that focal length. All in … Continue reading
This is Filmores. It’s an old strip joint just east of Yonge Street, in Toronto. I’ve posted photos of it before, but this one’s a little different. You see, there used to be a big high rise hotel next door … Continue reading
This one turned out pretty nice. I shot it back in June during my vacation. I was attracted by how the light was reflecting off those windows. I just parked myself on the corner and waited for a cyclist to … Continue reading
I shot this during my walk down along the waterfront with my buddy Jeff. It was a beautiful day up until that terrible car crash I spoke of a couple of weeks back. This shot was taken perhaps a half … Continue reading
I shot this back in October 2015 during a walkabout downtown with my 16-35mm wide angle lens on. I always enjoy playing with that lens. You wouldn’t want it on your camera every day, of course, but walking with it … Continue reading
I saw this on Bloor Street near Avenue Rd during my looong walk a week ago. Thought it was kinda cool, the poster and all those apartment windows. The ad is for Apple’s iPhone 6, specifically the camera in the … Continue reading
There’s a lesson hidden in this shot. I always do my best to compose the shot in camera, and that’s not a bad rule to follow. The less you have to crop, the better you get at composing. However, it … Continue reading