Yesterday night for some reason the sun decided to shine brilliantly in my neighbourhood. In Canada as I'm sure in some parts of the US now that Winter is on it's way it starts to get dark at about 6PM. So yesterday when it was 6PM and it looked like Mid day it was astonishing.
The best part was that by focusing on different parts of the image with the starkly contrasting brightness I was able to get these two shots without any filters.
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I'm walking through Union Station in Toronto with my new iPhone 5. I see this window and people walking behind it and a famous image just like it jumps out at me. I have edited it yet and I'll be going back tomorrow with my DSLR to get a closer shot.
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These ones were taken with Slow Shutter. I love this app. It's a little tricky though because you have to have the iPhone mounted on something solid or use a tripod mount made specifically for the iPhone.
I saw this building as I was getting out of the train on the way to work. The sky was a nice blue which is rare at this time, winter, it's usually a dull grey. The sky was reflected in the all glass building, love the straight up shot.
-hmmm photo uploader not working I'll have to try from the app, if a mod can clear the extra two thumbnails don't know why it said it failed but they still show up.
I went for a walk on my lunch break in downtown Toronto. A major street has been blocked off I believe for the setup for the festivities of the Grey Cup this weekend. I took a pano shot of the CN Tower which towered over the Ribfest booths along Front St.