As some of you might already know, I not only enjoy street photography / portraiture, but a variety of photographic subjects as well. This includes rural decay. I classify rural decay as old rustic scenes with centuries old barns, homesteads, rusted out vehicles, farm equipment…

A Journey To: Rural Manitoba

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It has been a rather busy week! Although I didn’t have a lot of time to take photos – between a hectic schedule and the weather still being a bit miserable at times – I still managed to capture a few images I thought were interesting…

Slice of Life

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In this, the first interview on my blog, I bring you Dalia Daud, a street photographer based in Malaysia. Dalia has developed a strong eye for candid street photography, her work managing to tell stories though clever composition and framing, light and shadow and those…

Interview: Dalia Daud

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I met Lesley as I made my way home after a photo walk. At first I wasn’t sure if he would be willing to have his photo taken but went ahead and pointed my camera at him. He smiled and allowed me to take the…

Winnipeg Street: Lesley

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Finally! The weather seems to be changing for the better. With that, the streets have come alive! Today’s photo walk was a great with several interesting candid moments and a few street portraits and conversations. Warmth and sunshine really does bring out the positive energy –…

Saturday Street Photography

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A few candid and permission-asked portraits from the past few days. From the top: 1.Semi-candid photo of Michelle. She saw me coming but didn’t say no as I took the photo. I like that she’s looking away, and not at the camera at all. 2.…

A Week of Portraits

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It’s been a good couple of days on the streets. A lot of people digging the camera and allowing themselves to be photographed! Good vibes all around :) Three photos for this Tuesday evening: 1. Andy was quite cheerful and at first he thought I had…

Three for Tuesday

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Candid photo of Gary and the reflections just looked interesting to me :) Looks like another cold weekend here, unfortunately. So much for being the first day of spring when it was -30C today! Not sure how much energy I’ll have to get outside and…

Candid Portrait and a Reflection

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Approximately one week ago, I met Larry on the street and he allowed me to take his photo. Today I bumped into him again; this time he was with his friend Sylvia. He noticed me as I approached but didn’t expect me to take the…

Winnipeg Street: Sylvia

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I took the first photo candidly as I passed by. Dwayne was a bit surprised and quickly asked why I did that. He was ok with my answer and we had a short discussion afterwards about various topics including the weather, how long he’s lived…

Winnipeg Street: Mike and Dwayne

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A few candid photos from the past couple of days. Lately, I’ve been following some interesting discussions. Does a street photo always need to tell a story? I’ve always stood by the belief that it is up to the viewer to decide if something has…

Random Candid Moments

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Another “on my way back to work photo”, this time of Marvin. I noticed him approaching and thought he’d make a great subject so I stopped him and asked if I could take a photo. At first he was a bit hesitant but gave in…

Winnipeg Street: Marvin and Kelsey

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Went out for a Sunday photo walk, taking advantage of some beautiful weather (finally!) we’ve been having; if you can call -8C beautiful! For Winnipeg, that is a heat wave right about now. It was also part of an event organized by Nicole Small. I…

Winnipeg Street: Tim

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The second day with the camera went well and I managed to get a few decent semi-candid and posed portraits. Although the weather has smartened up a bit, it was still a bit cold, just not as bad as before. I didn’t get too many…

Winnipeg Street: Day Two with the M

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I haven’t posted a new entry for several days. Part of that is a lack of new content, my film hasn’t yet been developed and I’m starting to plan the next stage in my photographic journey. As many of you know, I was waiting for…

A Photographic Shift

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Have I already given up on my film photography adventure!? Not at all! I still have a few more frames remaining and it has been brutally cold the last couple of days so I’ve just stayed in. As I’ll be getting a new camera system…

What Was Your First Digital Camera?

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Three more shots from my recent roll of film. I read in the morning paper that this winter has been the coldest in Winnipeg since 1978 and the third coldest in 100 years! 72 days of -30C and 29 days of -40C. Needless to say,…

Three More

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Continuing on with my film adventure, I took another roll in for developing and ended up with a few shots I thought were pretty decent. I’m still relying on the 1 hour developing but have found several people who are willing to show be the…

Shadows and a Man I’ve Met Before

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Well, not quite, but for the immediate future I’m going to be using my film Leica M3 and put away the Canon DSLR. I’m not rebelling against digital technology – without digital cameras I’d probably lose my mind! I’m attempting to get completely familiar and…

Saying Goodbye to Digital!

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