Tag Archives: Toronto

Photo Essay: “The Realities of the Street”

  By Dave Hood “I am not angry or sad or happy to see you. I could not give a shit. You don’t even ripple.” ― Gillian Flynn, Dark Places Part of an ongoing documentation of the city with my … Continue reading

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Personal Essay: The Art of Taking Still Life Photographs

Thursday, January-09-14 Dave Hood Still life is one of the popular genres of photography, and involves taking pictures of “inanimate objects,” including vegetables, toys, knick knacks, vintage things, like a pin-up calendar from the 50s. The photographer can take images … Continue reading

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Vignette: “Ghosts on the Street”

By Dave Hood I’m strolling to the bookstore, down Yonge street, the main drag of Toronto, a metropolis, the biggest and most populated city in Canada. The stroll to the book will take about 15 minutes, where I’ll browse the … Continue reading

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