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old city hall | September 25, 2006

old city hall || canon350d/ef24L TS-E | 1/80s | f7.1 | M | iso100 | tripod
toronto's old city hall seen from the top of the sheraton hotel. this is shot using the rented canon's 24mm L TS-E lens which is a tilt/shift lens and provides control over perspective and depth of field. (if the photo is too big for your monitor, check out the smaller version in flickr.)

I was asked by matt, creative director of spacing magazine, to shoot the cover of their new issue. so he booked the rooftop of the sheraton and rented canon's tilt-shift lenses and we went shooting. it was an incredible experience, and I'll be posting photos from that session this week.

the launch party for spacing's new issue is this coming thursday. click here for time and location.