This weekend was Doors Open in Toronto. It’s a chance to go into buildings that a generally off limits to the general public. I managed to squeeze in 6 building tours in one day. I took quite a few pictures, some good, some not so good. My problem? sigh, I neglected to adjust the camera setting between lighting conditions, so I have a lot of overexposed shots, D’oh.
I agree with chup – nice shots, especially Osgoode. And it’s good to know I’m not the only one who still does that kinda thing. Just a couple of weeks ago in Vegas, I went through the first couple of days with the WB manually set to flash. I don’t even recall doing that in the first place, but fortunately it’s easy enough to fix in post.
Oh, and that’s a neat idea in general – I’d like to get an open house for photography on several of the older buildings here.
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