Stopped by this urban waterfall the other day and thought it looked pretty cool. I’ve seen a number of pictures of this place before so I wanted to try something different than the usual. Captured these two shots, I do like them as they are unique, but in a way it doesn’t show or tell which waterfall this is… that part I’m a little dissapointed in myself. The experiment part came with this second picture, I tried the ol’ HDR technique to see what it would render, personally I think its not to shabby! Might have to try that a few more times to see what I can create!
There is something about tall buildings that I just love! They seem to be engineering marvels or something, it’s amazing that people can build structures this high but I love it! Capturing cityscapes has been a hobby of mine for a while, but I’ve wanted to take it to another level, but finding similar shapes, different angles, and subjects that you don’t see everyday. These two I captured a couple weeks back while walking around and they just happened to catch my eye! One of these days I’ll try and get some night shots of Toronto, it’s been on my list of things to do, and hopefully I can find a good vantage point to do it!
A couple weeks back my friend Kayla asked me to come along on a family shoot with her as a second shooter. I was so excited, I have wanted to get into portraits for a while now, but alas it was not meant to be as the family cancelled their session. Since Kayla and I already had the time booked, we decided to head downtown T.O. and just play around with the camera’s. I had a few things in mind I specifically wanted to capture, like grafitti, some cityline shots, and of course portraits. Kayla was nice enough to step up to the challenge and pose in the gritty alley way of Kensington Market. I absolutely love these shots and think they turned out pretty decent for a first timer!