Tag Archives: Colour Photography

Recent Colour Work

After a full 16 months IU finally got out with my two photography buddies, David & Geoff, for some much needed phototherapy. Almost forgot how to use my camera, it’s been so long. But I did get some shots with … Continue reading

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Cinematic Colour Editing, Toronto

Been sort of teaching myself how to edit with a teal/orange push to give some of my photos a cinematic feel. Doesn’t work with all photos, of course, but night scenes or photos with lots of shadows make great subjects … Continue reading

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Chinatown & Toronto’s west end

The above four images are all found photos, discovered while digging through my archives. Back then (a decade ago) I often came home with a shitload of images in my camera. So many that I’d only have time to skim … Continue reading

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Some oldies in colour

All of these shots date back to 2012/2013. I’ve re-edited each of them. With the first two I was trying my hand at a cinematic colour palette, employing teal in the shadows and redish yellow in the highlights. I find … Continue reading

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These are all from the archives, as I slowly re-edit old photos to rid them of the garish editing I used to employ back in the day. Still unsure which will make my upcoming colour street photography book. If you … Continue reading

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From the archives

So I’ve been busy going through my archives on the hunt for images that might make the cut for my upcoming (I hope, by Black Friday this year) colour street photography book. Problem is, back when I made these images … Continue reading

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Ahhh… Spring has finally sprung here in Toronto, Canada!

So we’re back into a lockdown again. Our reopening was short lived, like two weeks long. But what’cha gonna do, right? Case numbers were growing like crazy and our ICU beds across the province were filling up quickly. The latest … 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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