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I shot this during my June vacation. I was out on a walk with a friend of mine and we meandered down to the harbour front. That day I was sporting my wide angle 16-35mm lens. It’s a ton of … Continue reading
Here’s another shot from my visit to Aga Khan on the weekend…. I used the scene to practice my framing and composition. Took a bit of a wait for the right grouping of folks to arrive. Ain’t that always the … Continue reading
I shot this at a very slow shutter speed of 1/3rd of a second. The two blurs in the forefront of the photo are children skating by. Fortunately for me, the woman on the right didn’t move during the shot, … Continue reading
I took a bunch of photos of this one today. Basically, once I saw the light and the cab, I wanted one or two people in the shot, to the left of the cab. I waited about ten minutes, taking … Continue reading
I like big wide shots that fill the screen with information, but have a lone person somewhere to give it perspective. With this one, I think the dude on the blades really makes the buildings look that much bigger. I … Continue reading
I shot this down some alley on University back in September. The light was reflecting off the windows behind me and bouncing onto this wall. It was breathtaking, really. There was a sort of mezzanine so I went up and … Continue reading
I shot this one back in May, during my week long vacation. I had my wide angle lens on, which was instrumental at catching everything. I wanted the movement of the other streetcar as it passed on one side of … Continue reading