I have a very similar shot to this which was posted a while ago on this site. This one is much better as far as I’m concerned. better contrast and better light, but that should be obvious as I was talking this at dawn. Either way, I really love this shot, especially in black and white.
I don’t want to say anything bad about Toronto, but the Gardiner is terrifyingly decrepit looking once you get underneath it. If you want to know the state of your regions traffic infrastructure, talk to more cabbies.
Originally this was a color image, but the contrast is so great that it pops with or without it. It’s just a garage but it was lit so perfectly by this one strong streetlight that I HAD to take a picture.
How many people still shoot film? I think it’s a lot of fun, even if I vehemently disagree with the film fanatics who think everything should be created purely in the camera. Nobody prints in a darkroom anymore so I think all these modern day film photographers don’t even know about all the manipulations people did in the darkroom.
In any event, This is nice and symmetrical and makes my inner-formalist nice and calm.
One of the oldest apartment buildings in Calgary, AB. I even went old school with this and shot it on film! With a borrowed Mamiya 7, how can you not love rangefinder cameras?
Now this is is a real departure for me – I took a photo during the day!
Either way, I was about 5 minutes from home and these clouds looked amazing at sunset, and the Rockies looked much larger than usual off in the distance. I may be missing all the great street life of Toronto, but Calgary has some equally great natural landscapes nearby.