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Here’s a shot from yesterday’s rally to draw attention to what’s going on in Venezuela at Dundas Square. The setting sun of the late afternoon made for some nice shadows. Light and shadow really are important things to pay attention … Continue reading
Here’s another one from that protest I followed a couple of weeks back. While I love a good protest, photography wise, I think I really need to begin thinking about how I’m shooting them. I notice many of my protest … Continue reading
This is probably my favourite protest shot from Saturday. The march turned up Yonge St from King St. and the protesters were immediately blanketed by shadows from the tall buildings. I snapped some shots but they lacked good light. I … Continue reading
Here’s another from March 2012. I remember coming across a protest downtown, which is always a treat for me, and snapping a ton of shots. I won’t waste your time discussing the protest, since it was pretty much ridiculous and … Continue reading
I photographed this during an Occupy Toronto protest back in the fall. I honestly can’t even begin to explain what the sign on the wall means, but in fairness I have zero doubt that its author wouldn’t have a clue … Continue reading
My passion is photojournalism. Simply, there’ little else I do in my life that energizes me more than shooting rallies, demonstrations and protests. I walk away from them on an indescribable high. Last Saturday near the end of the photo … Continue reading
No fate but what we make. When I saw that sign yesterday at the protest I couldn’t help but think how apropos it was to what I’m going through right now. This weekend I stopped taking the melatonin and the … Continue reading