As the scumbag who murdered 10 people on the streets of Toronto goes to trial, these pictures were taken a week later at the memorial site where people had laid flowers, toys and messages. I took it in black and white to remove the distraction of the colours.
I've written before about the power of black and white photography when it comes to conveying emotion. Back in April, on St George's Day in fact, a lunatic in a van ran down people just going about their everyday business on Yonge Street in Toronto. Why he chose that way to express his frustrations maybe… Continue reading Once more with meaning – black and white
This piece was originally written for the website 35mmc. If you haven't visited Hamish's site yet, do it. This is a camera that I would guess everyone is familiar with. It’s not a complicated piece of machinery and millions were made in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Made famous in the UK by various tv… Continue reading 5 Frames with the Olympus Trip 35