More irony on the Streets of Toronto

Discussion in 'Photojournalism, Candids and Street Photography' started by rbsinto, Apr 6, 2007.

  1. This is a shot I took in downtown Toronto in the fall of 2004. It is a scene we see all too often in our city. I've not added any other text, as I feel the image speaks for itself.
    motorized Nikon F2AS
    zoom-Nikkor 80~200 2.8 ED AIS manual focus
    Fuji Sensia II
    exposure probably f4 or 5.6 @ whatever
  2. Great shot:smile: but,as a CDN citizen, I think something is lacking in society when this is allowed.:eek:
    I hope your shots can somehow help give this man a better life somehow.:wink:
    This image is strong enuf , it just needs to be placed in the right hands to make it work.:Depressed
    Not a bad price for a condo.....
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  3. Excellent shot. It certainly plays up the contrast between the two situations and speaks volumes about the way our society is structured sometimes.

    I would love to see this in B&W, but that is just me. I'm a B&W junkie.

    Man, you have one beast of a rig there, especially if you have that F2AS on a motor and along with that big zoom. I shot an F2A for many years. It is a great camera.

    This is really nice stuff. Way to go.
  4. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Very strong and very true image of the conditions around the world.
  5. Your image does indeed speak for itself! Great capture.

    If only politicians (and more citizens) could take their blinders off and see that this an issue that needs to addressed. It's amazing that in this day and age, with the richness of our country, that this type of scene is still all too common.
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