One Night in Toronto

Well it was actually two nights in Toronto, but I only spent one of them out shooting with a good buddy of mine. I’ve done very little shooting in Toronto and was looking forward to getting out. Luckily the weather cooperated and we were able to get a couple hours in. We started off shooting the Royal Ontario Museum before making our way down Queen’s Park to College, then over to Yonge Street. I was hoping to photograph the legislative building at Queen’s Park, but it is undergoing some renovations at the moment so there was scaffolding on a large portion of it.

I started off using a tripod for most of my shots since I was playing with longer exposures, but later moved to handheld to try out some other stuff.

Below are a selection of my favourites from the night. Click on any of the shots to see the larger version on my Flickr site. 

Hotel Room View (0.4s, f/8, ISO100)

Hotel Room View (0.4s, f/8, ISO100)

The Crystal (10s, f/10, ISO100)

The Crystal (10s, f/10, ISO100)

The Crystal - 4 Shot Panorama (3s, f/8, ISO100)

The Crystal – 4 Shot Panorama (3s, f/8, ISO100)

Voodoo (5s, f/8, ISO100)

Voodoo (5s, f/8, ISO100)

Museum - 2 Shot Multiple Exposure (2s, f/8, ISO100)

Museum – 2 Shot Multiple Exposure (2s, f/8, ISO100)

Busy Intersection (2.5s, f/10, ISO200)

Busy Intersection (2.5s, f/10, ISO200)

Red Rocket (1/15s, f/8, ISO5000)

Red Rocket (1/15s, f/8, ISO5000)

High Rise (1/2s, f/6.3, ISO5000)

High Rise (1/2s, f/6.3, ISO5000)

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