Inspired by the food photography in this beautiful post https://bartisserie.exposure.co/madeleines, I decided to make madeleines yesterday (without the right moulds, but I had my muffin pan).
I basically need an excuse to use my new lens since there’s barely any snow outside and I want to take bright and beautiful photos.
And the final product:
Yum, so good.
Taking a photo walk wherever I please. This time it was at the Humber Bay Shores park on Marine Parade Drive in Etobicoke.
I always love taking a walk here because it has the best view of the CN Tower (other than the Polson Pier of course, which I have yet to visit) and there’s tons of wildflowers (and tiny critters in the summer) for those perfect bokeh shots.
Here are some bright shots to cheer you (me) up:
And of course, the CN Tower and the beautiful Toronto skyline:
The Humber River bridge is architecturally …fantastic!
And of course, some iPhone shots from that day:
Wishing you a very happy new year!
This year, I hope to share tons of images of things that make me happy. Let me start with something that makes me very happy… snow!
I added a new lens to my gear - a Canon 24-70mm F/2.8L II! I cannot wait to use it for portraits and events (yes, I might start doing events!).
Yesterday, I went nuts with the new lens and took tons of photos of some of the most random things (yes, I made the smoothie just so I could take a photo of the fruits and the yummy goodness):
And I caught this absolutely gorgeous sunset on camera:
Hope you all have an amazing year! I’ll be starting work on Monday - so very excited.
I finally decided to create a real portfolio website after my years of laziness using Tumblr to share my photography.
You can see some of my best work in different categories, and you can see my iPhone photography on my VSCO Grid. If you’d like to see my old website, I’ve included the link to it as well (it has now become a Tumblr blog).
I hope you like the change!