It’s like this photo is tearin’ ass around my screen – but it’s standing still. Still waters run deep.
This is only my first serious attempt at something like this. It’s essentially the reflection of the lights from Toronto’s skyline on Lake Ontario. For a first try, I think it’s pretty good!
I don’t usually have time to shoot during the day. I don’t remember when I took this but I’m assuming it was last summer sometime. I just like the shadows and contrast and all that good stuff, It’s been a really good background image for my linked in profile. lol
They kicked me out of this plaza. I guess I look threatening or too tough or something.
This alley is screaming to be used as a the set for some great shoots. Too bad I don’t live in Calgary anymore.
I’ve received mixed reviews of this shot. I like the washed out yellow analog-like tone of this image. It really suits the blurred motion of the pedestrians. Everyone’s always running to catch the bus here,or maybe, running once I get off the bus like me.
I really like clean lines and smooth concrete. I decided to add an analog feel to this and warm it up a little. I don’t remember exactly where in town this was, it was near Union Station though, I remember that much.
The Family of Man by Mario Armengol. It was quite controversial when it was installed in front of the public education building 40-ish years ago. One person even knitted them underpants to protect public decency. However, you feel about them if you grew up in Calgary you know exactly where these are, and that they […]
Late night and natural light only. This is my buddy Joe – he had recently moved from Marseilles, France to Calgary at the time I took this. It isn’t tack-sharp but I think It captures a good moment.