believe me you got really steady hands!
great as usual, do you use a polar filter ?
your next assignment
should you choose it
(and you should)
try to snap
those huge chunks of ice
falling from the CN
could you hang out and see
if any on them
Your wide angle shots get me all hot and bothered. Keep up the awesome work!
This one I was sure was going to say tripod. You are the handheld king.
I like this one. The car in the foreground shows a real sense of urgency...something common in large cities like this. Nice work!
Great architecture. I like the tail lights.
OK! That's a bit surreal. Love those long tail lights. Good catch.
Hi there - I have been flicking through your images. There is some great work here and I am curious as to how you get the colours you do? I shoot with a 400d, and would love to get colours like this... If you dont want to share your secrets... I understand. Cheers, keep up the good work.
School has made me leave Toronto, but keeping your website as my homepage makes me feel as if I never left. Keep it up, I love it.
Amazing shot again Sam, an angle of the tower we non-torontonians (i dunno if thats right) dont see very often. to repeat others, that this is handheld is amazing and keep up the good work great stuff!
Hah! I pass by this corner every day - I work just up the street and I often hit up that Petro-Canada for their Krispy Kreme donuts.
... and to your left .... whooom ... wow! :-)
Great composition! That building right in the centre is Element, a very green building, and the first residential building in the city to be cooled by the Deep Lake Water Cooling System.
brilliant shot Sam! I love the lighting just as its about to get dark! you captured this well with great motion blur
Toooooooo maaaaaaaaany connnnnnndos are ruining the landscape of our fair city! Stop them! Stop them! Soon we will have to dive into the lake to see the CN Tower.
Otherwise, an interesting shot betwixt day and night. Thanks for sharing, Sam!
How cool is that?!
I've been away from the city for almost 3 years now. Really miss the snow, the street, and the tower. Thank you so much for sharing all these amazing photos, which made me feel less far away from Toronto.
Good timing - nice blur! Interesting arrangement of vertical thrust in the upper portion of the image against horizontal movement in the lower part.
Superb exposure balance. Great shot.
hey, loving the site, love the photos, im so inspired....and i can see my condo in this photo :)