Monthly Archives: May 2010
My friend’s okayed me to post a shot of her little one at the recital yesterday. I really like this shot for the contrasting components — she’s a little angel surrounded by a drab gymnasium.
During my outing Saturday I came upon these young thrill seekers near the CN Tower doing skateboard jumps off a short wall. One guy, Mike, was doing the jumps, while his buddy filmed the action. I got in there and … Continue reading
EXIF: 55-250mm@96mm | Tv (shutter prioroty) | 1/160 s | F5 | ISO 3200 Well, believe it or not I went to the ballet today. My friend had asked me to come along to photograph her little girl, who is … Continue reading
Mauro and I have discussed this and decided that the CN Tower is a difficult building to shoot. Simply, it’s too tall and you usually end up with a whole lot of sky with a tall concrete spike in the … Continue reading
This is one of my first photos from today. I’d just parked downtown (Queen West) and was walking along when I saw these three guys bumming for change. When I read their sign I couldn’t help but stop and ask … Continue reading
Here’s another example of my attempt at using the Continuous Shooting and AF Servo modes. As this kid rode by on his unicycle I locked focus and simply held down the shutter, following him along. I think it came out … Continue reading
It’s not really much of a photo, but I like it because of the plane flying through the shot. The slow shutter speed caused the plane to show up as a trail of light, with each blink of the planes … Continue reading
EXIF: 55mm | Tv (shutter priority) | 1/640 s | F4 | ISO 100 | 1.67 Ev EXIF: 42mm | Auto | 1/250 s | F2.8 | ISO 100 When I was down the beach last weekend trying out my … Continue reading
Saw this down around Front St. and Bay St.in Toronto some time back. Not sure why it appealed to me, but here it is. Hope you like it.