Italy is that country that nobody has anything against, right? There are people who dream of knowing their wonderful coast, others admire their football and many others do not resist a good pasta dish. Italy is not just pasta and proof of this is the culinary and cultural diversity we find at Taste of Little
I came from a sequence of enamels with more open and fun colors. But I decided this week to use a more closed tone and a color that I do not use much: violet (or would it be purple? Hehe). The color chosen was # 243 Regal. I went to the same salon as ever,
Saturday afternoon the weather was exactly as I wish it was always in Toronto. Strong sun, blue sky and a cool breeze. Oh if every day were like this … I would spend the whole day outside the house photographing. But wait a minute, I’m always away from home shooting or filming, hehe. I can
June 11th to 17th in Toronto, Canada. All photos were took with the Sony A6300 camera, edited in Adobe Lightroom with presets created by me. On sale soon here on the blog.
My last coffee companion in the afternoon was the book Color, Light & Composition which, as the name delivers, talks about these three important (if not the most important) elements that a photographer needs to master. I decided to take this book in the library because I’m on a vibe of wanting to better understand
Everything was going well, blue sky every day, warmth … and that’s the wind… Toronto gets cold again. Okay, it’s not cold as autumn / winter, but it’s cool. The temperature these days reached 12ºC, which would be considered rigorous winter in many parts of Brazil. To go to the grocery store I had to
On Victoria Day holiday – a day in honor of Queen Victoria – we set off to pedal aimlessly along the Western Waterfront here in Toronto. And as always, we are surprised by what we find. It’s amazing how we end up finding great places that you never imagined would be close to home.
When you discover Ireland Park, unintentionally, and without the least notion of what it is, you can not help but be extremely curious about the place. Officially open in the summer of 2007, the park is a tribute to the thousands of Irish who fled the Great Famine that devastated the country in 1847. It
May 28th to June 3rd in Toronto, Canada.
We were already leaving the Nadège Patisserie, when we saw one of these theme tour groups (which must have been in Toronto’s patisseries) approaching, so fashionable these days. The guide soon rushed to speak to capture the group’s attention: “This is Meghan Markle’s favorite confectionery in Toronto.” Okay, I imagine everyone should have posted a