Autumn in Colour


Since it looks like it’s going to be a lovely autumn day here in Toronto (yesterday left a bit to be desired, really), I thought I’d start with another fall photo. I’m heading down to the Distillery District for brunch with a my buddy and his new bride this morning. I might make a camera day of it. Right now I don’t know, since I’m so darn tired. I awoke at 3:15 AM this morning, which, coincidentally, is the same time all the nefarious paranormal activity occurred in the movie Paranormal Activity I saw yesterday. Well, for the life of me I couldn’t get back to sleep. I kept hearing sounds, all the while desperately trying to keep my mind busy so I would not recall certain very scary moment in the movie. At the moment I feel like two pounds of sh*t in a one pound bag. 🙂

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2 Responses to Autumn in Colour

  1. zem says:

    Nice photo today. I also really liked your dramatic sky shot with rail line – was that shot jpeg or RAW and what did you use to edit – photoshop (I am still in amateur mode and basic editing).

    I just started an experimental photoblog to force myself to use the camera more and in that way learn more. So far I have kept at it but it has only been two weeks. If you are interested have a look at I would be happy to have insights, advice, critiques. Keep up the good work.

    • davecandoit says:

      Thanks Jack. All my photos are done in jpeg, since I’m shooting with a point & shoot that doesn’t do RAW. I edited this shot in ACDSee Pro, which I’m pretty accustomed to. I have Photoshop CS4 but have yet to invest the time necessary to make it a useful tool for me. Baby steps.

      As for your blog, it sounds like you have the same idea as me, which is to use the blog to encourage yourself to get out more and take photos and learn. I find I enjoy photography much more now that I can share my shots with others. You will be surprised at how quickly your photography improves as you get into it more. I’ve had a quick look at your blog but will pop by later and take more time with it. Thanks for popping by and please come again. You’ll notice in my right sidebar there are plenty of links to great photography sites. You might find some of them useful. Cheers.

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