Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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A friend of mine gave me a tour of his offices, located in the heart of Toronto’s financial district. Pretty sweet view from the 37th floor. Unfortunately I picked up some reflections from shooting through the windows. Advertisements
I got out for my first walkabout downtown with my new Fujifilm X Pro 2. Being not that used to shooting primes, I had a hard time with it and didn’t get many shots with which I was really pleased, … Continue reading
To be honest when I snapped this back in May I really didn’t think I would end up editing it. At the time I didn’t see it as a b/w photograph. Once I started processing it in LR I ended … Continue reading
When I came upon this view I almost crapped myself. I could already envision how I was going to crop and process it. That’s the one thing about being a photographer for a while; you begin to see the finished … Continue reading
Shot this one Thursday walking down University from the AGO to the conference centre where I’m photos are hung. The light was terrific. Anyway, Happy Saturday.
Got out for a long walk yesterday. Drove to River St. & Queen St. E. and walked west to Dufferin St. & Dundas St. W. Google Maps show that to be just over 13 kms there and back. Got a … Continue reading
So I got out again today, believe it or not! Usually Sunday is my busy chore day getting ready for the coming work week, but it was Open Streets TO this morning downtown so I decided to just go and … Continue reading