One of my favorite things to do in photography, is to to play with very narrow depth of field,
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Monday, July 08, 2013
Another of the pictures I took January, with Fish-eye Wide-Angle lens.
Sunday, July 07, 2013
Back in January, I rented a couple of Wide-Angle lenses to take some pictures of a famous theatre in Toronto. I will have more pictures from that shoot in the coming weeks.
I chose to extend my rental of the 2 lenses, and here’s one of my favorite pictures:
Saturday, July 06, 2013
A few weeks back, I was driving around Downtown Toronto, and decided to have a little fun taking pictures in the late afternoon.
Here’s One of those pictures.
It’s the tower of one of Toronto’s oldest fire stations,
located on College St, West Spadina. http://goo.gl/maps/RLH2z
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
In Honour of Nowruz (the Persian New Year) I present you this video ..
By the group Rastak, called Sornaye Norouz – It is Traditional music that is played at the moment of Spring, to signify the start of the new year.. But this group has an interesting twist, with incorporation of the the various regional dialects and instruments.
Let the Festivities Begin….
With the Vernal Equinox on Wednesday 20 March 2013 at 11:02 UTC
Monday, March 11, 2013
Well, Not much to say,
I’ve been really busy with life & What not, so photography has taken a back seat.
But spring is arriving, and I’ve had a lot of pictures worth showing off.
Expect a good few posts in the coming weeks:
- Elgin and Winter Garden Theaters.
- Toronto Downtown Fun with a Fisheye lens.
- 21 Walls Art show pictures.
- Rouge Valley in the Fall.
- Macro-Lens Fun.
- Night Photography.
- Addition of photo streams.
The first “Hail Mary” picture I took with my father’s Nikon Coolpix 4500 was this one, and appropriately, it’s the ceiling of the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore.
I was reaching stretched out with only one chance to get this shot.. and Didn’t turn out so bad. It was also taken 10 years ago.
Using the Standard 7.85-32mm (38-155mm equivalent) Lens
Zoomed at 7.85mm (38mm equivalent) with f/2.6 1/6s ISO 100
Unfortunately, few other pictures of the Basilica turned out well enough to present.