I spent my Saturday afternoon dropping food colouring into wine glasses filled with water, creating a time-lapse of the diffusion that took place. Here’s one still from the 100s that I captured. I’ll post the final time-lapse soon 🙂
It never ceases to amaze me that art can be created out of absolutely anything!
Above the clouds I see a whole new world, untouched and untarnished.
The weather is getting colder, and winter is definitely coming very soon! So I thought I’d throw it back today to an icy 2013 winter. They say this winter is going to be colder and icier, but on the bright side, I see a lot of photographic opportunities 😉
Over the weekend I had the pleasure of trying a book-themed photo shoot with Bahi, and it was a lot of fun! Here are a few of the many shots we got. She was such a trooper for putting up with the cold autumn weather!
You can see more from the shoot at Elephant Trails Studio.
Bokeh is a popular effect in photography these days, and it can be a lot of fun to play around with as a budding photographer!
Fall Portrait Session: Jyothee
The sky has so many different colours, from bright blue days to vivid purples, reds, and pinks. But my favourite moment to witness the changing colours is when the moon rises. Within just an hour, the sky can change so drastically to completely different gradients of colours. It is absolutely breathtaking to witness.
Graffiti on the walls of a tunnel leading towards the waterfront. One thing I love about Toronto (or at least the areas of Toronto that I have explored) is that the graffiti is always so artistic and inspirational.