[QUOTE=Plate Voltage;1352098]Ok, I have to ask what the streetcar morgue is. The phrase had me laughing out loud after my mind's eye pictured row after row of junked streetcars with Rob Ford attaching toe tags![/QUOT
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Oh, I went there once with a friend but it was closed. I guess you could say the place was dead to continue the morgue analogy!
Anyways, that museum's definitely closer to my friend's place in Hamilton by but far enough to make logistics a headache since Guelph line's pretty good way from Toronto and would require carpooling if anybody who doesn't drive wanted to go. According to the website there's also a $25 surcharge for photography groups listed on the admissions page at the very bottom that'd have to be divided up too.
I did a couple of days of shooting the Scarborough Bluffs about a month ago and that turned out well. What about a day on Centre Island? I haven't been there in years.
I just got hit with a couple of family obligations plus a fairly substantial schedule change at work so it looks like I'm going to have to sit this out since I'm tied up for the remaining weekends in June.
Depending on weather, let's try for one of these dates. I'm proposing a car shoot at the Street Classics Cruise at the Etobicoke Canadian Tire(1608 The Queensway). Since we're looking at the longest days of the year, light usually holds till 8-8:30, giving us around 3 hrs if we start around 5-5:30.
Gary, I'm done with the family events for this month so I would join the action on Jun 23rd at the Street Classics Cruise at the Etobicoke Canadian Tire(1608 The Queensway). I just bought a 20mm Canon FD lens that I need to test on my Canon AE-1P and I would also take my Hassy. Cheers
"There's more to the picture
Than meets the eye." - Neil Young
I think I'd be good for the 23rd -- I do have a question though (never having been to a car show before for photographic purposes). One of the models I work for is desperate to be in a vintage car shoot -- would car owners be open to this kind of thing (with them getting a copy of the print of course), if I brought her along?
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