Tag Archives: Yonge St.

Power sweeper to the rescue!

I saw this guy waiting for the lights so I just sat there and waited for him to pass right in front of my. I wish I had my wide angle lens on. In post processing I gave it a … Continue reading

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You’re getting warmer!

Well, you wouldn’t know it from the photo. It was actually quite frigid that day two weeks back. Today we almost hit 10 C — that’s 10 above zero. I even got out for some photography during my lunch hour. … Continue reading

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Lessons on photography

EXIF: 50mm | f5.6 | 1/15 s | ISO 100 When considering the relationship between aperture, shutter and ISO, the goal is always proper exposure based on your camera’s metering system. The camera’s built-in light meter determined how much light … Continue reading

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Manufactured Sunlight

I was walking up Yonge St. a while back and came across a movie set, or at least the outside of one. Could have been for a TV show, I don’t know. They had these huge lights outside illuminating the … Continue reading

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Red Dress

It’s funny how much this girl stood out on Yonge St. in her red dress. She was actually standing outside of a bar having a smoke, the sight of which was enough to make me cringes with a shutter. Nothing … Continue reading

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