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Just a random colour shot during my big walkabout a week back. Advertisements
I shot this just a couple of weekends back during a day long walkabout with a buddy of mine. We worked the scene awhile as the sun set on Queen West until I got luck and caught this. Hope you … Continue reading
This is one of those very lucky shots. I was just setting up for it, assuming I’d have to wait a while before the right person walked through the shot, when suddenly this cyclist comes along. I barely had time … Continue reading
This one turned out pretty nice. I shot it back in June during my vacation. I was attracted by how the light was reflecting off those windows. I just parked myself on the corner and waited for a cyclist to … Continue reading
This is how I like to begin my walkabouts, catching a good shot almost right away. It seems to set the tone for the day. In this case I had just parked and turned the corner when I noticed this … Continue reading
I shot this one with the Fujifilm X Pro 2, sporting the 16mm f1.4 lens. Here’s an odd thing, though. I shot this at f4 and 1/60th of a second, which is pretty much the same settings I’d use with … Continue reading
When I walked up the side street to photograph this sign, I knew I needed something else in the photo to add interest. A sign alone doesn’t make for a very engaging subject; well, not most of the time, anyway. … Continue reading