Shooting Toronto’s Flatiron at Night

Cold as balls. Check. Late at night. Check. Lots of snow to make setting up a tripod a challenge. Check.

Every time I drive pass Toronto’s flatiron building—known as the Gooderham Building (1892), which is actually older than New York’s flatiron—I want to jump out and grab a shot. Instead, I waited until it was -10 degrees out. Dedication and whatnot.

Toronto's Gooderham Building. (Photo by Ryan Bolton)
Toronto’s flatiron the Gooderham Building. (Photo by Ryan Bolton)
Toronto's Gooderham Building. (Photo by Ryan Bolton)
Toronto’s flatiron the Gooderham Building. (Photo by Ryan Bolton)
Toronto's Gooderham Building. (Photo by Ryan Bolton)
Toronto’s flatiron the Gooderham Building. (Photo by Ryan Bolton)

10 thoughts on “Shooting Toronto’s Flatiron at Night

    1. Thanks for that. Yeah, for sure. Really, it’s about experimenting and patience. Trying new things. Aperture, shutter speed, ISO. Testing things. Moving around. And, really, having fun.

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