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Kensington Pedestrian Sunday

As a photographer and humanitarian (I say that with a BIG 😉 WINK) , I love nothing better than a street festival. When the street is closed off to vehicle traffic, people are different. They smile more, less stressed, more… Continue Reading →

Flirting is our national sport!

“What?!”, I asked Alain, our photography guide for the day, “I thought soccer was the national sport of Cuba.” “Actually,” he replied, “it’s baseball, but flirting is a close second!” I had hired Alain Gutierrez as a photography guide for… Continue Reading →

1 roll of 400 ASA B&W film… $9.99

… Develop and digitally scan the film… $20,     …Pentax ME SLR camera (circa 1974)… priceless!   It was back to the past at so many levels on this cold, windy Good Friday at the religious procession in Little Italy.  … Continue Reading →

Brockport, NY

This weekend bike trip was through the Toronto Bicycle Club, formerly High Park Bicycle Club. Nobody I’ve talked to can understand why the name was changed, when High Park really says who we are, but that’s another story. Brockport is… Continue Reading →

A Day in the life

No, not John Lennon, just me! And I’m not comparing myself to John, but it’s been rather boring lately and I’m reminded of the song. Anyway, things are changing, as I had an interesting time today, and met a few… Continue Reading →

Toronto Contact Photography Festival

Last night I attended the Vistek Fine Art Digital Printing with John Paul Caponigro at Ryerson University. John is a very successful visual artist exhibiting and teaching digital photography and digital printing workshops. This lecture was all about ink-jet printing… Continue Reading →

Chicago Click-On

So, this very young guy tells me if I give him a lot of money, he’ll talk to me and let me walk around Chicago and take pictures. Hmmmmm. Should I do this? Yes, and I did, and Eric Kim’s… Continue Reading →

The Spice Market

We were walking through the Spice Market in Istanbul, dodging people and carts, when I noticed what looked like an alleyway leading away from the market lane. Chantal was hesitant, but I said “let’s explore”, and she warily followed me… Continue Reading →

Ice Fishing on the Credit River

Maybe I’m just getting old, but is it just me, or has this been a really cold winter? Hey, I’m a skier and a snowshoer and I find myself starting to complain about this winter. 14 inches of ice on… Continue Reading →

Younge/ Dundas Square

I’ve been spending a lot of time studying photography, especially street photography, been following Eric Kim and will actually be attending one of his workshops next month in Chicago. He has written quite a few eBooks, which are available on… Continue Reading →

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