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I shot this at the Toronto Eaton Centre, a large mall in the heart of downtown Toronto. This goes back to April. It’s cropped from the original, due to the fact I was shooting with my 23mm prime on the … Continue reading
Well it’s that time of year again, isn’t it. The past few years the Christmas tree at the Eaton Centre really sucked, but this year’s tree is making up for prior mistakes. She’s a beauty. And it’s HUGE, to boot. … Continue reading
I shot this at the Eaton Centre, Toronto’s largest mall in the heart of downtown. I thought that at f8 everything would be pretty much in focus but I guess because I was focusing on the railing, which was pretty … Continue reading
I noticed this slim wedge of light cutting across Queen Street and riding up the wall of the Bay and knew it could make a nice shot, with the right subject caught in that narrow wedge. Problem was: cars, cars … Continue reading
I remember taking this one last October and the guy was fine with it but his girlfriend got really pissy with me. “Do you mind not taking photos of my dog,” she said. Then, “What do you plan to do … Continue reading
I shot this outside the Eaton Centre across from Dundas Square in the winter. Played around with angles and such. In post processing I applied localized white balance adjustment so the skin colour of the people in the lower left … 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