As some of you may or may not know I’m a member of a photography club and in late September some of the members met at the Distillery District for an evening photo walk followed by dinner. I’ve been to so focused (no pun intended) on my images from Italy that I didn’t get a chance to process my images from that outing until this weekend.
There’s still plenty of Italy images that I’ll share but thought I would take a break this week and share a few images that are closer to home.
The Distillery is located east of Downtown Toronto and displays the best preserved Victorian Industrial Architecture in North America. I’ll share more of the history of this wonderful place in my next post.
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I spotted these rowboats while walking around the wharf in Monterey Bay. I just loved the colors and weathered look of the larger one.
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PHOTOGRAPH Issue 4
Craft & Vision releases its latest issue of the quarterly magazine PHOTOGRAPH. The content is getting better and better with each release. Issue 4 takes the same content format that has proved to be a success in previous issues.
This quarter the Featured Portfolios introduce readers to:
Kathy Beal, a visual artist and photographer who’s abstract soft focus photographs that she calls “inspirational abstracts” are going to leave you with your mouth open.
Nick Hall, an outdoor photographer and location specialist who marries the natural element with the human element to create compelling photographs.
Sam Kirsch, a landscape and iPhone photographer. His landscape iPhone images are a joy to behold.
In addition to the featured portfolios, this issue’s articles include (among others):
Without the Camera by David duChemin
Creative Composition by Jean Paul Caponigro
When Old Meets New: Understanding the Zone System by Michael Frye
Blur-Free – Finding the Ideal Shutter Speed by Nicole S. Young