1. Ambassador BridgeDetroit, Michigan/Windsor, Ontario1962
Photograph by Tony Spina/The Detroit Free Press 
(2837/Tony Spina Collection/Walter P. Reuther Library/Wayne State University)

    Ambassador Bridge
    Detroit, Michigan/Windsor, Ontario
    1962

    Photograph by Tony Spina/The Detroit Free Press 

    (2837/Tony Spina Collection/Walter P. Reuther Library/Wayne State University)

     
  2. Foggy Morning in Old East on Flickr.Via Flickr:
November 20, 2012
London, Ontario
Went to meet Jo-Anne for an interview/walk for my documentary and was taken aback at how neat this area looks in the morning (especially when it’s foggy out!) 
Took my Mamiya so I got some film shots too, but who knows when those will be developed.
[Man oh man I can’t wait until I have my Nikon back.. Just need the $…]

    Foggy Morning in Old East on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    November 20, 2012
    London, Ontario

    Went to meet Jo-Anne for an interview/walk for my documentary and was taken aback at how neat this area looks in the morning (especially when it’s foggy out!)

    Took my Mamiya so I got some film shots too, but who knows when those will be developed.

    [Man oh man I can’t wait until I have my Nikon back.. Just need the $…]

     
  3. South London on Flickr.Via Flickr:
January 11, 2008
London, Ontario

    South London on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    January 11, 2008
    London, Ontario

     
  4. From The Station Park on Flickr.
June 23, 2012 London, ON 12th Floor of the Station Park All Suite Hotel, looking towards Downtown London

    From The Station Park on Flickr.

    June 23, 2012
    London, ON
    12th Floor of the Station Park All Suite Hotel, looking towards Downtown London

     
  5. August 11, 2011Winnipeg, ManitobaDistortion to the Xtreeme 
2011 Matthew Trevithick 

    August 11, 2011
    Winnipeg, Manitoba
    Distortion to the Xtreeme 

    2011 Matthew Trevithick 

     
  6. Look at the top of the World Trade Center’s South Tower, in these panoramics from photographer Mark Fink.



More of Fink’s World Trade Center panoramics:
South Tower Observation Deck
Plaza 1
Plaza 2

    Look at the top of the World Trade Center’s South Tower, in these panoramics from photographer Mark Fink.


    More of Fink’s World Trade Center panoramics:

     
  7. City HallLondon, ONSeptember 1, 2011
My attempt at an architecture photograph.
Succeed/Fail? 

    City Hall
    London, ON
    September 1, 2011

    My attempt at an architecture photograph.

    Succeed/Fail? 

     
  8. Exchange Panoramic on Flickr.August 8, 2011
Winnipeg, MB
Lots of old historical buildings can be found in Winnipeg’s historic “Exchange District”

    Exchange Panoramic on Flickr.

    August 8, 2011
    Winnipeg, MB

    Lots of old historical buildings can be found in Winnipeg’s historic “Exchange District”

     
  9. June 28, 2011London, ON 

    June 28, 2011
    London, ON 

     
  10. July 8, 2008Grand Bend, ON
This is an older photo of mine that I never wound up editing or posting anywhere. Mainly because it’s really a 3 photo panoramic that would never ever stitch together properly in AutoPano. The images wouldn’t blend together properly; it was just a horrible mess. I have a newer version of the program now though, and it is more advanced then the older version I used to use. Case in point, it actually stitched it together. Granted I had to do a bit of cleaning up after (not the edits, but places where the photos overlapped that you could see.)
Blame me for not taking them correctly. But hey, it was 2008. I was young and careless… well I guess I still am.. 

    July 8, 2008
    Grand Bend, ON

    This is an older photo of mine that I never wound up editing or posting anywhere. Mainly because it’s really a 3 photo panoramic that would never ever stitch together properly in AutoPano. The images wouldn’t blend together properly; it was just a horrible mess. I have a newer version of the program now though, and it is more advanced then the older version I used to use. Case in point, it actually stitched it together. Granted I had to do a bit of cleaning up after (not the edits, but places where the photos overlapped that you could see.)

    Blame me for not taking them correctly. But hey, it was 2008. I was young and careless… well I guess I still am.. 

     
  11. September 28, 2008Winnipeg, MB
Multi-photo panoramic! 

    September 28, 2008
    Winnipeg, MB

    Multi-photo panoramic! 

     
  12. January 9, 2009London, ON
3-4 stitch panoramic off of the back deck of my old house. 

    January 9, 2009
    London, ON

    3-4 stitch panoramic off of the back deck of my old house. 

     
  13. June 20, 2009London, ON
Photo shoot with Steve in Downtown London. 
Man time flies..

    June 20, 2009
    London, ON

    Photo shoot with Steve in Downtown London. 

    Man time flies..

     
  14. Manhattan1908One part of an 11-section panoramic.Detroit Publishing Company
Did You Know: A lot of the buildings pictured here probably aren’t around anymore. (Namely the tallest building in the photo.)

    Manhattan
    1908

    One part of an 11-section panoramic.
    Detroit Publishing Company

    Did You Know: A lot of the buildings pictured here probably aren’t around anymore. (Namely the tallest building in the photo.)