Toronto Nightscape—Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

For some reason, when you live in a city, you take for granted the very things to which tourists flock. So when I was on Toronto’s Centre Island to play volleyball, I decided to take along my camera gear and stay into the evening hours to do something that I have wanted to do for some time, but haven’t because, well, I live here—take pictures of the beautiful cityscape of Toronto at night.

Newborn Liam

Liam was a natural in the studio, he would stir occasionally when placed in a new position, but he settled quickly. Then again, I guess after spending the first two weeks of life in neonatal intensive care, an afternoon lounging on different furs and blankets all the while being prodded, poked, and posed is a walk in the park.

Design Above All—Toronto Architecture

I have always loved Nikon, ever since I was old enough to notice my father using one to take pictures. And I love Porsche, ever since I first laid eyes on the blur of a ‘whale tail’ 911 Turbo as it roared past me on the autobahn when I was eight. I’ve been able to afford the former, the latter will be forever out of my reach, well almost. When Nikon and Porsche joined together for a photo contest, looking for rooftop design and architecture, it was a contest to good to pass up.

Tangled FX

With the Tangled FX app, a single tap on your mobile device transforms a ho-hum, run-of-the-mill, ordinary picture into a striking work of art that wouldn’t look out of place along side a multimillion dollar collection of impressionist or expressionist (post or not) paintings. Yes it’s that good.