Tag Archives: Chinatown

Dogs and other stuff

A few colour shots take out in Chinatown and Kensington Market. The last one I took at the Eaton Centre downtown. If you prefer b/w street photographer, hop on over to my Instagram feed.

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Toronto Streets in colour

Here’s another set of re-edited images. Except the last one. That one I just stumbled upon in my archives. I guess I didn’t bother to edit it back in 2013 when I first made it. My b/w street photography can … Continue reading

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Toronto in Colour

I’m slowly chipping away at re-editing images from my archives. These ones are all from 2012 & 2013. I’m managing about one folder a day, maybe two if one happens to be a small folder. If you’d like to see … Continue reading

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Two selfies and two colour street shots

The first and third images are selfies. In the first, my buddy and I were standing across the street from the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) and you can see us reflected in the windows up high. The third image … Continue reading

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From Regent Park to Kensington Market

Here are some more of my recent colour images from around downtown Toronto. The first image I made only this afternoon. Thought I better get it before the big snowfall heading our way tomorrow. I’ve been waiting for a sunny … Continue reading

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Night Street Photography

Thought I’d share some of my colour night photography. To be honest, I’m not that skilled at night photography. I find that editing colour night images very difficult. The amount of tweaking I have to do in Lightroom (LR) with … Continue reading

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Fuji XPro3 at Kensington Market

So last week I was contacted by one of Toronto’s big camera store and asked if I’d be interested in doing a video review of the new Fujifilm XPro3 rangefinder style camera. Of course I jumped at the change. Last … Continue reading

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Chinatown

I saw this person and sort of hid away and waited until he turned toward me. I snapped this from the hip and I don’t think he saw me. The expression on his face I found interesting; however, I’m not … Continue reading

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