Strasbourg’s six municipalities are interwoven with an incredibly efficient tramway system. The trams travel flush to the street and glide like space-age worms, each several cars long and with open gangways. They don’t clatter and spark like Toronto’s streetcars; built in the 90s, Strasbourg’s trams are much more modern and sleek, and they arrive frequently [...]
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A woman in red steps into a beam of light at Union Station in Toronto.
International street photographer Eric Kim was in Toronto this past weekend to run his street-shooting workshop, so Tom Ryaboi, Neil Ta, and I met up with him to show him around the city, try our hand at his infamous methods, and learn from the pro himself. I couldn\’t perfectly replicate Eric\’s intimate and dramatic black-and-white [...]
A woman in red rides her bike on Queen Street West in front of a TTC streetcar during magic hour in Toronto.
A woman eats a cookie as she crosses an intersection on Queen Street West, Toronto.
A lipsticked woman smokes a cigarette on Queen Street W. at St. Patrick Street, Toronto. (Yet another happy accident in which my unsuspecting subject\’s unexpected eye contact ended up making the shot.)
Whew! Lots of things on the go in Jen-land. If you haven\’t heard the news, I\’ve joined the 500px team as its Media Director. That, on top of other top-secret side projects, has kept me conniving and conspiring. I mean, innocently busy. Most of what I do will be visible on the 500px blog, so [...]
A woman strolls through the drizzle on a beach near Gwangan Bridge, Busan, Korea. Gwangan Bridge connects Haeundae-gu to Suyeong-gu, and at 7,420 metres, it is the second longest bridge in the country after Incheon Bridge.
An old woman walks down Hennessy Road trundling newspapers for sale in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. The city\’s elderly population percentage continues to rise dramatically, so post-retirement employment has risen in order to sustain Hong Kong\’s economic development.
While I\’d like to say that shooting events like Pillow Fight Day in Toronto requires great photographic skill, I\’d have to be lying. An 8 p.m. start time means ISOs cranked up high, or a lot of time spent waiting for your flash to recharge. I don\’t actually own a flash, so I expected a [...]