02 Oct Toronto Street Photography Part Two – Rain

Source: Ian Macdonald Photography

I have just returned home from a ten day trip to Europe, where I taught a street photography workshop and spent some time on personal photography.  I have a lot to share from that trip but, for now,  here is a quick post with a few more images from my Toronto trip this past summer.

Part one of this series:

Toronto Street Photography Part One – Sunshine

… featured images taken while the sun was shining.  Toronto is famous for it’s summer storms, however, and we also had a few hours of torrential rain while I was there.  During the storm I managed to get out to shoot for an hour or two and had an absolute blast sloshing around the soaking wet streets.  I highly recommend shooting in the rain, it is a lot of fun!

These images were captured with a Fuji X-Pro2 and the Fujinon 50mm f/2 lens (with one or two exceptions).  All of the black and white images in this series were shot in the Acros+R film simulation and the colour images are a mix of Classic Chrome and Velvia.

I hope everyone is doing well, and I look forward to sharing a lot of work from Europe over the next few months!



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