When Shadow and Light Collide | Toronto Light Photographer

My world aligns and I see the light.

This light, is old light from last May, so I am hard pressed to remember exactly where in the city I captured them, except for the one clue of ‘BMV’.

I like the isolation of light at the end of a space or tunnel of sorts. How it pulls you in.

Toronto Light Photographer - Ardean Peters

Camera: Canon XTI with 18-55 kit lens, f8, 1/500, Iso 100, 25mm (crop sensor)

This lovely light on the corner of the building, balanced by an early evening moon, which happens to be one of my favourite things.

Toronto Light Photographer - Ardean Peters

Camera: Canon XTI with 18-55 kit lens, f18, 1/125, Iso 200, 55mm (crop sensor)

Standing tall and proud with a badge of light on one ‘shoulder’.

Toronto Light Photographer - Ardean Peters

Camera: Canon XTI with 18-55 kit lens, f5, 1/160, Iso 400, 21mm (crop sensor)

A shadowy street of light and dark, silhouette and pattern.

Toronto Light Photographer - Ardean Peters

Camera: Canon XTI with 18-55 kit lens, f8, 1/400, Iso 100, 24mm (crop sensor)

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