Back at it. Here's a collection of some of my favourite street shots in Toronto as of late. As always, follow me on Instagram to see the shots as they happen. All photos under copyright to Ryan Bolton. If you'd like to purchase a print, I'd be humbled. Please contact me here.
I'm continuously looking for a shot. As I live and work downtown Toronto, everything is a possible subject. Back alley. An odd angle on a building. How the light hits a bridge at night.
Anyone that follows my photography, knows that Toronto is my muse. Here's another collection of shots I've taken all over The Six lately.
Toronto is my muse. Here are some of my favourite shots of this great city as of late. Go explore. Would you like a print of Toronto, shop my framed photography here! To see more of my photography, go here. If you'd like to use or purchase any of my work, contact me here.
I was finally able to get my paws on a Canon 5D Mark ii. Beyond pumped. Here are some of my first shots using it. Back out onto the streets shooting from Front and Bathurst area in Toronto. Lots of open exposure around 8-10 seconds. Cheers.
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 … Continue reading Shooting Toronto’s Flatiron at Night
A year and a half ago I published a widely viewed piece on my various captures of the CN Tower. It was even Freshly Pressed by WordPress. I have an update on that. Lots more shots that I've been taking from various angles and parts of the city capturing the CN Tower with Instagram. Click … Continue reading Project Capture the CN Tower
When the weather keeps to the high 20s on a September night, I grab my camera. It's kind of a rule. Here's a new batch of night shots just around my condo in downtown Toronto.
Just got a new lens, the Canon 85mm. She's a beauty for bokeh. And what a better way to test her out but night boarding at Blue Mountain. Take a peek.
I told myself if I was having trouble sleeping this past week, since it was so bloody hot out, I'd do some night photography. And sure enough, on Wednesday, I couldn't sleep. So I grabbed the tripod and camera and headed down to Toronto's Lake Shore to experiment with some night street photography. Not all … Continue reading Night Street Photography Session