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There’s a lesson hidden in this shot. I always do my best to compose the shot in camera, and that’s not a bad rule to follow. The less you have to crop, the better you get at composing. However, it … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe, but I snapped this on February 20th this year. So much for the great white north, eh? I remember it being remarkably warm that day. I walked for miles. This shot was taken on Bathurst at … Continue reading
These two religious groups share the corner at Yonge & Dundas almost every weekend. They are very dedicated to their respective causes. Now, with what’s going on in the world today, you might think that the Islamic guys are the … Continue reading
The late afternoon sun was really illuminating this little house on Dundas Street West near Kensington Market a few weekends back. I wish there hadn’t been any cars in the way, though. In fact, the car on the right pulled … Continue reading
I snapped this on the weekend. It’s a little blurry but in fairness I was walking and shooting and I had no idea that the shadows were going to work out so sweet for me. I was focused more on … Continue reading
When I saw this guy I knew right away there was a shot there. My fear was he’d notice my camera and react to it. But since he seemed enthralled with writing something on that Timmy’s coffee cup I figured … Continue reading
I snapped this one almost exactly a year ago, near the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) in downtown Toronto. That’s quite the do alright. With a profile like that I would have suggested perhaps something a little less “rooster” like, … Continue reading