Ryan and Anita came to visit Toronto from their hometown of Detroit and asked me to take some photos in the city. We decided to shoot at the Harbourfront right on Lake Ontario. It was a ton of fun, the weather was great, and we ended up drinking local craft beer and snacking on the giant pretzels at the Amsterdam Brewhouse. As always I shot with my Canon 5D Mark 2 using my Canon 24mm f1.4 and 50mm f1.4 lenses. And I brought my Pentax 645n medium format camera and shot a roll of Kodak Portra 160 & 400 film. Scanned and processed by Canadian Film Lab. Here are some of my favourite frames from the session.
Here is Tony and Belinda’s wedding from a bit west of Toronto. I had a delightful time documenting these wonderful humans and capturing their big day. Our portrait session was cut short due to torrential rainfall but we did manage a few shots before the skies opened up. Here are some of my favourite images from the day.
I’ve lived in Toronto for many years, yet I had never photographed people at Osgoode Hall before. Tony and Belinda wanted their engagement pictures there, so that’s what we did. Its a fairly small area but has cobblestones and old buildings so that’s cool with me. Here are some of my favourite photos from the session.
Note: I used my Canon 5D Mark II camera with Canon 24mm f1.4 & Canon 50mm f1.4 lenses and I also shot some 35mm film with my Contax G2 camera using Ektar 100 & Fuji 400H. Developed/scanned by Canadian Film Lab.