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I shot this outside the Sony Centre in downtown Toronto. That awning is HUGE and makes for a neat photograph. So I have the next week off from work and I’m planning to pick up a Fujifilm X100T for the … Continue reading
For kicks and giggles I thought I’d see if anyone wants to take a stab at giving this photo a title or perhaps a caption. I really can’t think of one for it.
I shot this last September during a walk downtown with my friend Lizzie. The way the light was bouncing off the building on the right onto the one on the left was amazing. I had my wide angle 16-35 lens … Continue reading
I shot this outside the Eaton Centre across from Dundas Square in the winter. Played around with angles and such. In post processing I applied localized white balance adjustment so the skin colour of the people in the lower left … Continue reading
Thought I’d share one of my favourite shots from the Black Lives Matter video slideshow I’d posted a week or so back. You know, for those who might not have bothered to watch it. I really like shooting photojournalism type … Continue reading
This is perhaps one of my favourite shots in a long while. The real catch here is that just as I was framing the shot, the little boy turned around to look at me. Not sure if it was the … Continue reading
I shot this a week or so back during a walkabout downtown. This is in a rough area known as Moss Park. It’s more a “down and out” area, actually, with a lot of disadvantaged people with various mental health … Continue reading