True Reflections

Recently as I was walking inside University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus going about other business;  I noticed this bridge in the middle of the woods behind the tuition blocks and I was blown away by the scenery. The peaceful waters could be heard resting. What was most notable was the reflection of the bridge on the surface of the water. Here is a glimpse…

Caught in between

Recently as I was walking inside University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus I was able to capture some amazing images. Here is a part of the shoot, photos of these leaves caught my attention among the ones I downloaded off my camera. Appreciate and share if you care. Thanks.


Some pictures I took recently on vacation in Toronto. The few that caught my attention!!

Squashing the artist’s block

How many times does an artist stare down at that blank piece of paper thinking “What on earth do I paint — Where do I put my first mark?” More often than you would imagine! It happens to all creative people actually, from visual artists, designers, poets, through to musicians and writers. When this situation arises, you are in the grip of creative block….

Animated Cover

A classmate just posted this on her facebook and I thought it would be cool if I shared it with ya’ll. This is where we are headed to, with I pads and smartphones taking over. This is the future, bye bye print media!!

Manual Focus

When is Manual Focus better than auto focus? Let me start by saying there is no right or wrong time to use either manual or auto focusing – both can produce great results in almost all circumstances – however there are a few times when you might find it easier to switch to manual focusing 1. Macro Work – When doing macro photography I…