Tag Archives: Colour Photography

How to talk to strangers

Sunday I met my buddy Geoff at Ryerson Balzac’s before we headed off to Pedestrian Sunday at Kensingon Market, the last one of the season. I had a plan to force myself to talk to more strangers than I usually … Continue reading

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Put your sweater on

Boy this kind of shot only comes around every blue moon for me. The woman walked out of the theatre, her orange sweater half on, just as I was setting up my shot. You’ll notice Mr Dress Up also has … Continue reading

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Ooh La La

I snapped this one today while out with a couple of buddies. I actually have another I prefer, in b/w, from a week ago with different people. I’ll post it at some point down the road. Hope you’re having a … Continue reading

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Sunny Smile

I came across this lovely artist at Kensington Market. She was kind enough to let me photograph her. She’s so creative and such a pretty smile. Happy Monday everyone. Oh, and in case anyone’s interested I updated my “About” page … Continue reading

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Daddyo’s

Funny how much can change in a mere one week. My last post showed a treacherous ice storm that was raging away in Toronto a week ago last Saturday. This photo I took exactly one week later, on the Saturday … Continue reading

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Snowy night on the Danforth

I shot this back on February 13th. I was out with friends and we had a good afternoon shooting in the snow, but the magic came once we got back to the east end at the end of the walk. … Continue reading

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Doorway

I shot this a few weeks back at Union Station in downtown Toronto. I was drawn by the various shapes and leading lines. Had to park myself for a few minutes and wait for just the right person to pass … Continue reading

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Kensington Market at Dusk

Here’s a shot I snapped a week back at Kensington Market just after dusk. These sorts of shots tend to work best in colour, in my mind. Boy, that Fujifilm 18mm/f2 prime sure isn’t good at focusing in low light. … Continue reading

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