Tag Archives: Windows

Coffeehouse Window

I shot this back on the long weekend in May. There was just something about that young lady with her back in the sun, while the rest of the window remained in shadow. I think it works nicely, although it … Continue reading

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Condo Life

This is a condo building right on Bay Street at Dundas, which is pretty much the heart of downtown Toronto. There are of course plenty of upsides to condo living in an urban centre, but the big downside has to … Continue reading

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Orange with 9 windows

There’s a lesson hidden in this shot. I always do my best to compose the shot in camera, and that’s not a bad rule to follow. The less you have to crop, the better you get at composing. However, it … Continue reading

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Window Focused

I snapped this one outside of the Starbucks at Yonge & College last weekend. I was crossing the street and noticed the two dudes in the window. I shot it from a distance, which was only possible because of my … Continue reading

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