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The Distillery District is hosting a Light Show to attract people to the area in the evenings over the winter months. I went down there with my buddy Brad and poked around taking some shots. This one came out pretty … Continue reading
I went to the Distillery District Saturday night to check out the big lighting display they have going on down there. It was pretty cool. I probably should have brought my tripod. Most of my shots I processed in black … Continue reading
So I made it out to shoot the anti-Trump protest today with a few photographer friends. Unfortunately it was raining, but even so the turnout was great. And it was a peaceful and respectful event, which was nice to see. … Continue reading
I made it out to the World Press Photo exhibition again this year. Twice actually. Today I was with a small group of photographer friends. We stopped at Brookfield Place and checked out the exhibition, my second visit. Part of … Continue reading
JUST THE FACTS What: Edward Burtynsky: Pentimento Where: Nicholas Metivier Gallery, 451 King St. W., Toronto When: Sept 16 to Oct. 9 Edward Burtynsky finds a new platform: the BP oil disaster Toronto Star Newspaper | Murray Whyte | September … Continue reading