Toronto Architecture 10

Metropolitan United Church Bell Tower No 56 Queen St E Toronto Canada

Metropolitan United Church Bell Tower No 56 Queen St E Toronto Canada

Well here we are folks. The ! 10th ! (yes that’s right, tenth) addition to the Toronto Architecture series (and you thought 9 was much to much. HA!! I’m just getting warmed up here :) ).

Trying out a few new techniques on these ones with both in camera settings and processing of the files. So far so good on the experiments. There’s a few aspects of the processing that needs some work or tweeking or whatever you want to call it but all in all, I’m pretty happy with the initial results.

Back to work for me now.

Thanks for dropping by.

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Dark Horse No 682 Queen St E Toronto Canada

Dark Horse No 682 Queen St E Toronto Canada

No 77 Elm St Toronto Canada

No 77 Elm St Toronto Canada

No 99 Harbour Square Toronto Canada

No 99 Harbour Square Toronto Canada

No 123 Front St W Toronto Canada

No 123 Front St W Toronto Canada

No 525 University Ave Toronto Canada

No 525 University Ave Toronto Canada

No 595 Bay St Toronto Canada

No 595 Bay St Toronto Canada

Shangri La No 188 University Ave Toronto Canada

Shangri La No 188 University Ave Toronto Canada

The Only Cafe Toronto Canada

The Only Cafe Toronto Canada

Toronto Dominion Centre No 79 Wellington St W Toronto Canada

Toronto Dominion Centre No 79 Wellington St W Toronto Canada


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About Brian Carson

Brian Carson is a full time student of both the photographic & digital arts and is living in Toronto, Canada. His attempts to become a real photographer / digital artist are documented on his photoblog / portfolio / gallery, The Learning Curve Photography where he resides as main contributor, curator, archival supervisor and head honcho. He considers himself lucky to have one wife, one daughter, one dog and two cats who tolerate him chasing them around with his camera in an attempt to capture the ' One Perfect Shot '. To be kept updated on the continuing adventures of The Learning Curve Photography, please consider signing up for our EMail Subscription Service, getting social with us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Flickr and by visiting our online stores at CafePress, Fine Art America, Redbubble and Zazzle. Images can be licensed for commercial projects on web or in print by visiting us at Pixels Licensing. We can be contacted via email, our onsite contact page or by calling 416.462.8703. Thank you for stopping by.
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