Portrait, wedding, travel, and street photography by Mark Shannon. Located in Toronto, Canada. Prints available by request.
Hogg’s Falls.2.0s, f/16, ISO200.Fujifilm x100s.

Hogg’s Falls.
2.0s, f/16, ISO200.
Fujifilm x100s.

Toronto’s Pride, the CN Tower.1/2000s, f/5.6, ISO500.Fujifilm X100s.

Toronto’s Pride, the CN Tower.
1/2000s, f/5.6, ISO500.
Fujifilm X100s.

Another TTC Delay.1/125s, f/2.8, ISO2500.Fujifilm X100s.

Another TTC Delay.
1/125s, f/2.8, ISO2500.
Fujifilm X100s.

Light over Toronto.1/2000s, f/8.0, ISO1000.Fujifilm X100s.

Light over Toronto.
1/2000s, f/8.0, ISO1000.
Fujifilm X100s.

Approaching Toronto on the Lake.1/500s, f/8.0, ISO1000.Fujifilm X100s.

Approaching Toronto on the Lake.
1/500s, f/8.0, ISO1000.
Fujifilm X100s.

Driftwood.1/500s, f/8.0, ISO1000.Fujifilm X100s.

Driftwood.
1/500s, f/8.0, ISO1000.
Fujifilm X100s.

Solitary Cat.1/80s, f/2.8, ISO4000.Fujifilm X100s.

Solitary Cat.
1/80s, f/2.8, ISO4000.
Fujifilm X100s.

Suzuki SX4, Ready for Adventure.1/60s, f/4.0, ISO400.Canon EOS 40D + Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 @ 30mm.

Suzuki SX4, Ready for Adventure.
1/60s, f/4.0, ISO400.
Canon EOS 40D + Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 @ 30mm.

Pog Lake, Algonqiun.0.5s, f/32, ISO100.Canon EOS 40D + Tamron 17-50mm f/2.5 @ 17mm.

Pog Lake, Algonqiun.
0.5s, f/32, ISO100.
Canon EOS 40D + Tamron 17-50mm f/2.5 @ 17mm.

Looking for a Way Out.1/50s, f/2.8, ISO400.Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS + EF 28mm f/2.8.

Looking for a Way Out.
1/50s, f/2.8, ISO400.
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS + EF 28mm f/2.8.

Rainy College Street, Toronto.1/25s, f/3.5, ISO1000.Canon EOS 40D + EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 @ 10mm.

Rainy College Street, Toronto.
1/25s, f/3.5, ISO1000.
Canon EOS 40D + EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 @ 10mm.

Empty Downtown Toronto with Reflections.1/250s, f/8.0, ISO200.Nikon D700 + 14-24mm f/2.8 @ 14mm.

Empty Downtown Toronto with Reflections.
1/250s, f/8.0, ISO200.
Nikon D700 + 14-24mm f/2.8 @ 14mm.

I’ve recently been added as a member to the @Lensblr Network photographer’s collective on Tumblr. Very happy to be a part of this great gathering of work from photographers around the world.
lensblr-network:

mkshft.ca
Compared to many of the photographers where I find my inspiration, I haven’t been shooting that long - but I’ve learned a lot in the time that I have. On assignment (weddings, portraits, etc), I often shoot with my Nikon DSLRs. For my personal work, the Fujifilm X100s is my camera of choice. No matter the subject or location, I try to frame my photos first with my eyes, then with my camera - if it looks good in my head, recreating it through the lens is next.
I have a love for black and white photography, capturing forms, shapes, patterns and tones. What I see at home in Toronto and when travelling (when I have the chance) is my inspiration - it’s all around me.
lensblr-network:

Compared to many of the photographers where I find my inspiration, I haven’t been shooting that long - but I’ve learned a lot in the time that I have. On assignment (weddings, portraits, etc), I often shoot with my Nikon DSLRs. For my personal work, the Fujifilm X100s is my camera of choice. No matter the subject or location, I try to frame my photos first with my eyes, then with my camera - if it looks good in my head, recreating it through the lens is next.

I have a love for black and white photography, capturing forms, shapes, patterns and tones. What I see at home in Toronto and when travelling (when I have the chance) is my inspiration - it’s all around me.

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I’ve recently been added as a member to the @Lensblr Network photographer’s collective on Tumblr. Very happy to be a part of this great gathering of work from photographers around the world.

lensblr-network:

Compared to many of the photographers where I find my inspiration, I haven’t been shooting that long - but I’ve learned a lot in the time that I have. On assignment (weddings, portraits, etc), I often shoot with my Nikon DSLRs. For my personal work, the Fujifilm X100s is my camera of choice. No matter the subject or location, I try to frame my photos first with my eyes, then with my camera - if it looks good in my head, recreating it through the lens is next.

I have a love for black and white photography, capturing forms, shapes, patterns and tones. What I see at home in Toronto and when travelling (when I have the chance) is my inspiration - it’s all around me.

Bunny Rabbit.1/400s, f/6.3, ISO400.Canon EOS 40D + Sigma 150-500mm f/5-6.3 @ 500mm.

Bunny Rabbit.
1/400s, f/6.3, ISO400.
Canon EOS 40D + Sigma 150-500mm f/5-6.3 @ 500mm.

Mamiya/Sekor 1000 DTL.1/10s, f/1.8, ISO800.Canon EOS 40D + EF 50mm f/1.8 II.

Mamiya/Sekor 1000 DTL.
1/10s, f/1.8, ISO800.
Canon EOS 40D + EF 50mm f/1.8 II.

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