Tag Archives: Downtown

Someone’s having a bad day

I’m really drawn to photo journalistic type photography. Whenever I see something newsworthy I get right in there to shoot it. It’s good practice because you have to be very quick and you have to get it from multiple angles … Continue reading

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Sometimes less is more

Now this here is something completely different for me. I attended a studio lighting workshop on the weekend with a buddy and got the opportunity to shoot this lovely model. It was a fun day.

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White bus leaving

I’m really pleased with this shot. To me, it’s quintessential street photography. It’s simple, with really only three main elements – the bus, the woman and the crosswalk. Yet there’s a story there, if you wish to see it. Perhaps … Continue reading

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Rainy night in Toronto

Went out for a walkabout Sunday with a buddy of mine. We ended up getting back after dark, and it was raining. Nothing better than street photography at night in the rain. This shot came out rather nice. Most of … Continue reading

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Head in a jar

So the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) currently has a Guillermo del Toro exhibition on right now. He’s the Mexican filmmaker and director of numerous movies, such as Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim, Blade II, Mimic, Cronos, and my favourite, … Continue reading

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Eight times dryer

There’s something attractive about laundromats. I know you don’t often see photos of them from me, but I do shoot them all the time. Problem is, I’m never happy enough with the shot to share it. But I keep trying. … Continue reading

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Still Life

Something about this shot really appeals to me. I snapped this early one Saturday morning on Yonge Street. Later in the morning it would have been next to impossible to get this, with no people or cars cluttering up the … Continue reading

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The Fellowship

Haven’t posted in a while, sorry. Gotta make more time for the blog. Anyway, I shot this during a long walkabout a couple of weeks back. What’s funny is just how busy this spot was with people and traffic. But … Continue reading

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