Daily Dose of Imagery

December 6, 2010 § 2 Comments

I admire the bloggers who remain faithful to their mission of daily posts year after year. Bloggers like Sam Javanrouh who runs Toronto-based Daily Dose of Imagery.  His blog documents the nuances of city life in Toronto but is sprinkled with the occasional shot from one of his trips to exotic places.  Patrons of the blog will become familiar with names of places like Front Street and other well-known places around the city.

He makes use of standard photographic techniques like long exposure and lens filters, but the results are simple, pristine, and usually bursting with color.

For those desiring to learn his techniques, details of the composure of each photograph can be seen by mousing over the photo for a few seconds.
In addition, as if it weren’t already awesome enough, he has made a few interactive photos, which require flash to view, but are quite impressive.

http://wvs.topleftpixel.com/07/03/13/http://wvs.topleftpixel.com/06/08/28/

I encourage you to peruse his archives at your leisure.

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§ 2 Responses to Daily Dose of Imagery

  • Ramiro says:

    Now, is this your opinion or is it fact? The last few articles or blog posts
    I read through about this were intensely opinionated and weren’t real worried about facts. Just curious.

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