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SPOTLIGHT: London Life and Freedom 55 in Downtown London

If you followed the Don Smith Commercial Building Awards, London Life was a nominee for the Legacy Award. (I can’t believe I forgot to post results. Next post!) The building is a beauty and iconic in downtown London. With the need to capture London life and Freedom 55, I got to explore with intention and try […]

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How’s Budweiser Gardens Looking These Days?

Budweiser Gardens sit’s downtown, London and brings all kinds of entertainment to this great city. But, how’s it looking these days? With a mission to help showcase London to the world through photography, I couldn’t help but look around the web. No, I don’t believe Budweiser Gardens is falling apart or anything like that. I […]

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The Covent Garden Market Through the Seasons

The Covent Garden Market is one of the buildings on my long list for capture. With this project of photographing many London buildings, we started it at the end of 2018 because some images were needed immediately and autumn still presents the opportunity for great photography.  But, what happened?! It felt like London, Ontario got […]

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An Example of Scouting Architectural Photography Using The London Public Library, Central Library

Today, I’ll discuss the challenge of going out and photographing the exterior of the London Public Library, Central Library Branch. In architectural photography, every location has some sort of challenge to overcome. This challenge is why architecture photographers love the ability to check out the building or space before the day of the official shoot. […]

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Talbot Streetscape Photo Brought Back From the Dead

Hey! You’ve got to check out this streetscape photo I shot on Monday mid-afternoon. Normally, this is no big deal. Normally, this original photo would not get any attention from me and sit dead in my archives.  Rightfully so, this photo came at complete random. See here is what happened: My newish Sony A7riii was […]