Tag Archives: Dundas Square

Long Live Ukraine and Death to Putin

Canada has the third largest population of Ukrainians in the world, next only to Ukraine itself and Russia. Two weekends ago, there was a huge rally in support of Ukraine in downtown Toronto. It was the second biggest rally I’ve … Continue reading

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Toronto in Colour

For b/w street photography, check out my Instagram feed.

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Night Street Photography

Thought I’d share some of my colour night photography. To be honest, I’m not that skilled at night photography. I find that editing colour night images very difficult. The amount of tweaking I have to do in Lightroom (LR) with … Continue reading

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Legs

Shot this at Dundas Square Saturday afternoon. Seemed odd to see a tourist bus with a poster of legs on it, and buddy sitting there with one missing. In street photography we call that “juxta” (short for juxtaposition). Hope you … Continue reading

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Your meal is in transit

This show shutter pan shot came out pretty nice, if I do say so myself. I say slow shutter but that’s only compared to my go to shutter speed of 1/320th a second. This was captured at 1/80th a second, … Continue reading

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Cloudy Day Shades

I didn’t really talk to this guy. Just pointed at my lens and then pointed at him and nodded. He nodded back and I snapped a couple of shots of him. Sometimes it’s better to have as little conversation as … Continue reading

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Limited Edition Photography Book

So I’m done editing my photos for the upcoming book (first of maybe five). Just starting to design the cover. Here’s a screenshot of it so far. I’m sure it’ll change by the time I’m done. Same with the title … Continue reading

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“I think I can see god!”

I like groupings because it’s so difficult to have them work out. What I mean is, when the grouping of random people doesn’t turn into a jumbled mess of confusion and busyness. In this case you have a drummer dressed … Continue reading

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