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There was a big march through Chinatown a couple of weeks back in support of Falun Gong, which if memory serves me is a practice very much frowned upon by the Chinese government. I thought this group of ladies were … Continue reading
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
Here’s a photo that’s not so street, like not by a long shot. I took it from Toronto’s harbour front a few days back. It was a pretty nice sky. Hope you like it.
The guy was looking at me and as I went for the camera he turned away, likely sensing I was about the make a photograph. In the end I’m not sure this isn’t actually a better result than if he’d … Continue reading
She was out promoting her store, so I assume she was a model of sorts. When I asked if I could take her photo, she immediately knew how to pose, which was nice. I got lucky that the wind caught … Continue reading
I shot this on the 23rd of April during a walkabout downtown with another photographer buddy of mine. The light was bouncing off the building behind me and illuminated the woman in the car. I thought it made for a … Continue reading
I was trying to figure out how to frame this shot, as there was something about the yellow lift and the white wall that attracted me, when I notice this dude running down the street and realize he’s going to … Continue reading