Behind the red doors


This photo goes back to the spring, when the weather was a bit more bearable. Today was stinking hot and humid, no fun for photography — at least not outdoor photography. Well, I guess some like it, but I’m not a big fan. I had to go out and shoot today, too. The publisher of a community magazine called Local has taken me up on my offer to contribute to the next issue and I’ve been tasked with getting photos for a feature on neighbourhood yoga studios and another on organic food. This morning I shot storefront shots of one of the yoga studios. It needed morning light so I figured Sunday morning would be a good time. I’ll be running around this week shooting people and businesses, which should be fun and interesting. As well, I signed up for a short photography course at a neighbourhood photo gallery. It runs one evening a week for four weeks. I’m really excited about that, since a lot of the course focuses on flash photography. Anyway, hope y’all had a nice Father’s Day. I went out to dinner with mine and a walk through the old ‘hood. This photo is from Queen St. W. in downtown Toronto.

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2 Responses to Behind the red doors

  1. lynnwiles says:

    Nice photo Dave. Congratulations on your photo assignments. We have the same nasty weather here, even though I go out in the cold, snow, ice and rain, I couldn’t wait to be in the comfort of air conditioning today.

    • davecandoit says:

      Thanks Lynn. Yeah, I hate the humidity more than the cold, actually. You can always dress for the cold but there’s no getting away from the heat and humidity.

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