Tag Archives: Documentary Photography

Mind The Puddle

Got out for a good walkabout downtown in the rain today. Noticed this big puddle and parked myself waiting for everything to come together. Cars would drive through the puddle but with no people walking by. People would walk by … Continue reading

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Small audience

I snapped a few shots of this dude playing guitar but when the little child in the stroller came along I knew this was the keeper of the lot. Sorry I haven’t posted in a while, just been busy and … Continue reading

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Another spiderman

Shot this with my new Fuji 27mm (41mm eq.) f2.8 prime lens, at f2.8. I’ve only been out with for one day but so far it seems like a really sharp, contrasty lens. Not really my go-to focal length, but … Continue reading

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Girl at Moon Bean Cafe

I shot this lovely young lady at Kensington Market on the weekend. The light on her was fantastic. I also have a b/w version but I really think the colour one works best. I shot this with the 18/2 prime … Continue reading

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Hitachi

Saw this backhoe across the street from the AGO a couple of weeks back and used it to frame up the person walking on the south side of Dundas. I think it came out nice. Hope you like it.

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Fire on Queen St

Major fire in an apartment building across from where I was having coffee this afternoon. Looks like the apartment’s been gutted. I can’t imagine what the occupants and the other tenants are going through right now. It must be very … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s Snowfall

Got out yesterday for a full day’s walkabout in the snow storm. There was next to no wind and the temps were pretty mild, making it an excellent day for shooting the falling flakes. I was up late last night … Continue reading

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CN Tower & Canadian Flag

I shot this one before, as have a million others, I’m sure. It’s a pretty popular spot for Toronto photographers. Usually once I’ve taken “my” photo of a popular spot I don’t bother shooting it again, but a week back … Continue reading

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