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I snapped this last fall on Queen West. The name of the restaurant escapes me at the moment. It reminded me of an older diner from the 50s, so I played with the colours to give it a sort of … Continue reading
I already posted a black & white version of this shot, like from a different perspective and angle. This colour version I also like. I think the black & white one will make the book, which means this one won’t. … Continue reading
I shot this one night walking back to the car from an outing downtown. I had the Fuji X Pro 2 with the 16mm f1.4 on it. The ISO is 2000 but if I was using my Canon it would … Continue reading