Toronto: King St. E & Church St. Abstracts

The modern architecture in Toronto is quite amazing.  Walking around the city with my Nikon was like being a kid in a candy store.  This post features buildings near my hotel on King St. E.  In the first two images, Toronto streetcar wiring adds an additional element to the composition.  The mid-day, overcast light presented quite a different look from the early morning compositions further below.

King St E & Church St Composition 1
King St E & Church St Composition 1
King St E & Church St Composition 2
King St E & Church St Composition 2

Below I further abstracted the compositions with pushed HDR processing in my newly acquired Aurora 19 software.  Though less realistic, the intent is for a highly stylized, almost pop-art feel. Pretty cool, eh?

King St E & Church St Composition 3
King St E & Church St Composition 3
King St E & Church St Composition 4
King St E & Church St Composition 4

Thanks for taking time to visit.  These images are best observed by clicking for a high resolution version from my portfolio site.

Cheers,

C. S.

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5 thoughts on “Toronto: King St. E & Church St. Abstracts

  1. Very nice work. My fav are the first one, I really the layer of spiderweb. And the last one, were the wires are nearly diagonal to setting a contra point to the vertical ones of the facade.
    Greets peter

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