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At The Lonely End Of The Rink

25 Nov

On Friday I was so pumped up about shooting at night after posting about it, I had to get out again.  Myself and a couple of other photographers got together and headed out.  We started at a park just south of the Danforth where, we stumbled on an empty rink, I thought of the lockout and the Tragically Hip song that inspired the title for this post.  From there we went downtown.  Here are a few frames.

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North York Nights – Street Photography

6 Sep

I’m in love with the Yonge and Sheppard/Yonge and Finch area.  I really am, I’ve set up shop here and I really can’t get enough of it, there is so much culture here that you can experience most of the world in less than half an hour.  There really always seems to be something going on and I love to get out and take some of it in,  This past weekend, I got out for a little bit.

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Shooting Strangers In The Street

26 Sep

A while back I posted a series of images that I shot after setting up a “Street Studio” you can see that post here

As well as planned and agreed upon street shooting, I am also quite interested in the candid guerrilla style of street photography.  I have been reading and following a few incredibly talented street photographers as of late.  Thomas Leuthard and Erik Kim in particular have an inspiring approach to street photography.  If you get a chance to read their blogs, do yourself a favour and watch some of their videos on shooting strangers in the street.  I got out at lunchtime today and shot as though I was one of them, although they may say that I didn’t get close enough into people’s faces.

Baby steps.

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