Ballerinas @ the AGO
My photography has certainly undergone a revolution over the years. It started when I was in university and digital SLR cameras first came out. I had the first Canon Rebel and used it mostly for shooting some events for my workplace and trips. I'll never forget the excitement I would feel when I got a shot I really loved.
As I became immersed in photography, I started to combine my love of the arts and my studies in architecture, to look at things differently. I also was able to start to photograph ballerinas and instantly a new passion was ignited.
While I learned photography almost in reverse (learning studio lighting before how to work in natural light), I have enjoyed photographing in many natural lighting situations and in particular at the AGO. Thanks to working in a great space with great talent like Alayna & Starkers Corsetry (www.starkers.com/), I cannot argue with the results. I hope that you like the images as much as I do.