I was walking from Metro Hall to work today and looked over at Roy Thomson Hall. “Hmm…” I thought to myself. “I don’t recall getting a photo of this place from this angle before…”
– Capacity: 2630
– Opened: 1982
– Home for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Mendelssohn Choir
– During its conception and construction, Roy Thomson Hall was known as New Massey Hall. Its official name was acquired on January 14, after a CAD $4.5 M donation from the family of Roy Thomson.
Probably My Best shot in the roll?
I was sifting through some boxes in an effort to remove some junk in my room and discovered an unused roll of expired Fuji Superia X-TRA 400.
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July 1, 2015 1 Comment
Bulls in the TD Centre Courtyard.
My hunt for an “everyday” black and white film continued…for the third successive week, I shot blindly around town with a different roll of film not knowing what to expect. This week, Nikki (my Nikon F90x) and I had some fun chewing through a roll of Fujifilm’s Neopan Acros. I had gotten used to handling the AF50/1.8 D lens and decided to use it again – it has become my choice lens for Nikki.
Editorial, Photography, Story and tagged acros, black and white, Elephant and Castle, Erindale GO Station, F90x, Film, fujifilm, Metro Hall, nikon, Nikon F90x, Old Toronto City Hall, photography, Roy Thomson Hall, street photography, TD Centre, toronto, Union Station on .
June 23, 2015 2 Comments