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This is one of those very lucky shots. I was just setting up for it, assuming I’d have to wait a while before the right person walked through the shot, when suddenly this cyclist comes along. I barely had time … Continue reading
I shot this on Queen West a while back. It’s an old, dead tree and all that remains is the trunk, which someone has painted with graffiti. I saw the kid coming and knew he was going to skirt around … Continue reading
I shot this during my June vacation. I was out on a walk with a friend of mine and we meandered down to the harbour front. That day I was sporting my wide angle 16-35mm lens. It’s a ton of … Continue reading
I shot this during the Canada Day weekend, when the tall ships came to town. They’re pretty amazing to see. I imagine this must be a huge treat for the kiddies. If I had young kids I would have taken … 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
I shot this one Saturday at the Little India Street Fest in Toronto. It was one of those very lucky hip shots where I barely had time to raise my camera and fire off a shot without thinking or composing. … Continue reading
Back in the day I would have been drooling over a car like this, but as you grow older material things don’t have the same impact as they did when you were young. I still totally appreciate the aesthetic and … Continue reading