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Ashbridges Bay Toronto Canada Sunrise No 14

From a series of color photos of mornings spent enjoying the sunrise at Ashbridges Bay and surrounding areas in Toronto Canada.Original photography using a Canon EOS T1i body. Hand painted in Photoshop.Brian CarsonThe Learning Curve Photographyon Instagram atwww.instagram.com/thelearningcurvephotographyThe Learning Curve Photography Artslant Blog RSS via Feedburner:www.feeds.feedburner.com/thelearningcurvephotography/artslantblogThe Learning Curve Photography on ArtSlant:www.artslant.com/global/artists/show/227294-brian-carson [more]
Posted by Brian Carson on 10/7

Toronto City Hall No 6

In 1957 an international competition was held for a design of a new city hall. A total of 520 designs were received from 42 different countries. The winner of the competition was Finnish architect Viljo Revell. In 1965 Toronto's fourth city hall opened and still serves as the home of the city's council. The 27 storey east tower and the 20 storey west tower surround the saucer shaped council chamber. The saddest part of the history of our current city hall is that Revell died of a heart attack at 54 years old just 10 months prior to the opening ceremonies and never got to see his vision complet... [more]
Posted by Brian Carson on 10/7

Ashbridges Bay Toronto Canada Breakwall 1

Piles of rocks form a breakwall at Ashbridges Bay in Toronto Canada.Original photography using a Canon EOS T1i and Silver EFEX Pro as a Lightroom plugin for the Black and White conversion.Thanks for lookin' :)Brian CarsonThe Learning Curve Photographyon Twitter atwww.twitter.com/learningcurvecaThe Learning Curve Photography Artslant Blog RSS via Feedburner:www.feeds.feedburner.com/thelearningcurvephotography/artslantblogThe Learning Curve Photography on ArtSlant:www.artslant.com/global/artists/show/227294-brian-carson [more]
Posted by Brian Carson on 6/21

Toronto Skyline Gradient

Toronto Ontario Canada. One of the most culturally, ethnically and socially diverse cities in the world. A celebration of that diversity by painting our city in all the colors of the rainbow.Digitally filtered image of the City Of Toronto skyline painted in a colorful gradient. Original photo is a night shot from the east side of Riverdale Park across the valley using a Canon EOS 60D body with a Sigma 17-70mm f2.8 DC Macro OS lens.Thanks for lookin' :)Brian CarsonThe Learning Curve Photographyon Instagram atwww.instagram.com/thelearningcurvephotographyThe Learning Curve Photography Artslant Bl... [more]
Posted by Brian Carson on 6/21

University College Main Building Toronto Canada

The University College Main Building at No 15 King's College Circle on the University Of Toronto campus. Constructed in 1853, the building was severely damaged by a fire that gutted the entire eastern wing and the college library in 1890. More than 33,000 books were destroyed in the college library but within two years, the library was replenished through donations. University College was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1968.Original photography from 2010 using a Canon EOS T1i body with a Canon EFS 18-55mm lens. Processed in 2015 using Silver EFEX Pro as a Lightroom plugin... [more]
Posted by Brian Carson on 3/30