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Grange Park

Toronto's Grange Park is one of those places that seems to keep creeping up in my life -- it's an unavoidable space in this city it would seem and every visit has something different in store. On my most recent visit I was out exploring the city for Luminao with Kim, camera in hand. Like this park, Infrared Photography can always bring with it different experiences, different ways of seeing familiar spaces.

Sadly I overexposed the image slightly -- it's always so hard to tell with infrared photography because the camera's histogram and monitor are rendered almost useless. Maybe I'll try this shot again one day soon, just see what the park has in store for me on that trip.

Grange Park

Toronto's Grange Park is one of those places that seems to keep creeping up in my life -- it's an unavoidable space in this city it would seem and every visit has something different in store. On my most recent visit I was out exploring the city for Luminao with Kim, camera in hand. Like this park, Infrared Photography can always bring with it different experiences, different ways of seeing familiar spaces.

Sadly I overexposed the image slightly -- it's always so hard to tell with infrared photography because the camera's histogram and monitor are rendered almost useless. Maybe I'll try this shot again one day soon, just see what the park has in store for me on that trip.

comments (5)

Woww nice one.. Black and white looks so good.
  • Roxanne
  • United States
  • 21 Jun 2009, 01:24
Wow, once again, something for a future desktop wallpaper. Beautiful photo.
Wow, once again smile
Trees look like wad, very nice photo.
  • Mia
  • United States
  • 23 Jun 2009, 18:30
At first I thought... WHY is Iain reminiscing winter days?! The trees looked like they were covered in snow tongue then I saw the people sitting on the grass and your comment brought me out of my obvious lack of photography knowledge. heh I like it, a bit too overexposed, but it still works.
  • panda
  • China
  • 28 Jun 2009, 06:19
wowo, how great. out of curiosity, what's the name of the trees?
Iain Myrans: I think many of them are probably Maples but in the wind in this photo it's hard to know. Next time I'm there I'll take a look!

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shutterspeed 15 seconds
aperture f/4.5
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 14.0mm
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