Brad Templeton's Panoramic Photography
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Rest of Ontario

Rest of Ontario

Toronto is my hometown, and while I don't live there any more I've gotten back a few times to take some shots from various places.

Panorama: Toronto, from Centre Island
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The classic Toronto Skyline from Centre Island. The colour of the water is fake. Since it wasn't a very sunny day, I decided to fake it. Shot with 50mm lens, not in sequence in order to try to get sunlight on most of the targets.

Panorama: Toronto, from the docks
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Another skyline, this time from the docks. 220 degree view. It's a nice panorama but the view is a little too far off center. As with all Toronto shots, you need a wide angle to get the CN Tower in, costing resolution on the buildings.

Panorama: Toronto, from the mouth of the Humber
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A shot of the east end of Toronto, all the way from the mouth of the Humber to downtown.

Panorama: Toronto at night
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A shot from 701 Don Mills Road of downtown. That's the Don Valley Parkway.

Panorama: Niagara Falls on a cloudy day
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This view of Niagara Falls will be great some day because it shows both falls. however, the day I shot it the weather was dreary.