Tis the season to be jolly

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged! Life has been crazy busy but I continue my photography. It keeps me sane.

I recently purchased a brand spankin’ new Sigma 35mm F/1.4 ART lens. It’s pretty darn sexy. I thought my camera was my best friend, now it’s my BFFL. Know what I mean?

Anyways, here are a ton of shots I took with the mind-blowing lens at Gage Park in good ol’ Brampton. 

PS. If you haven’t already downloaded it, make sure you download this epic app Priime. Gorgeous presets. They make all my photos look wonderful.

Starting with some bokeh because that’s all I wanted from this lens:

And the beautiful Christmas lights in all their glory:

Hope you’re very jolly this holiday season!



Falling into autumn

I went for my first “fall” road-trip yesterday with my dad. It’s what him and I do best.

Here’s a quick photo-story on what went down (from my iPhone):

And then from my camera:

I cannot wait for more colour. Colour colour colour.

Follow my hashtag #AmarLovesColour on Instagram for all my fall photos.



My biggest project of the year (I think)

This summer, I worked on (what I think will be) my biggest project of the year. I was tasked with creating RIC Centre’s Annual General Report (in a digital format). 

For this, I had to do the following (in all orders possible):

  • Designing
  • Coding
  • Video recording
  • Video editing
  • Brainstorming
  • Compiling

All in a bunch of sleepless nights!

I have to admit though, it was fun. And I’m super proud of the final product (or products).

All this work led up to a Convergence event on Friday, September 18th in partnership with the City of Brampton. My work was displayed as a hard-copy booklet, part of a presentation which included various infographics and videos!

You can view the digital report here: riccentre.ca/whererealideasconverge/

It’d be awesome if you could share it with your own networks! RIC Centre is here to help tech entrepreneurs, so help your friends and family find out who we are and what we do.

I couldn’t be happier.

I have this thing for sunsets

Over the past few weeks, I’ve noticed that I have been taking quite a few photos of sunsets. Here are a few for you to enjoy, just like I did :-)

These two were taken on the outskirts of Hamilton:

In and around Milton:

In and around my neighbourhood:

On the road:

Yup…basically everywhere.



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