This shoot was different for me. After making sure I had my sure shots [link], I decided to experiment a bit, as I blogged about in this post [link]. And with experimentation comes a bit of trepidation but also a chance for wonderful new discoveries. Along with always being blessed with wonderful people in front … Continue reading Beautiful in All Colours | Toronto Photographer
“Focus on revealing what you already have.” Simply put, isn’t it? But we can so easily get caught up in all that we think we don’t have. All the we think we need. And that then becomes a very, very slippery slope of ‘what if’s’ and ‘should have’s’. Focus on right now, and what you … Continue reading What do you have? | Toronto Photographer
Take pictures and make a short timelapse of the train passing. I was on my way back from my morning Family Mini Shoot sessions at High Park and took what I thought would be a short cut on Junction Rd. But the train came an it was good. It forced me to wait and just … Continue reading Things to do while waiting for the train to pass | Toronto Photographer
I missed the Supermoon last Sunday night, as most of us in the immediate Toronto area did. It was overcast and we just had no visibility. I know, ’cause I went out driving around in my car hoping for a shot from a highway overpass with a good clear view, but no luck. But there … Continue reading Barn’s Burnt Down… Now I Can See the Moon | Toronto Photographer
Sometimes you have to psych yourself up. I haven’t ridden my bike or done any physical activity of consequence in 2 weeks. Did you hear me? TWO WEEKS!! That’s crazy. What’s crazier though, is how easy it is to fall out of routine and let a new routine take over. That happened to me, through … Continue reading Hello October. Let’s Get Psyched Up!