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Gallery at Lil Bean N Green in Toronto's Leslieville Neighbourhood
Compared to the days of my IT job, when I spent most of my time sitting at a desk writing code and/or attending requirements or design meetings, life as a photographer can be pretty varied. Sure, there are days when I spend most of the day at my computer, either editing photos, working on marketing, or both. And then there are days when I'm out and about, either taking photos, delivering photos to clients, or like today, when I went to Lil Bean n Green for a special little mission.
Today, I'm please to announce that you'll be seeing a number of my pieces adorning the walls of Lil Bean n Green. I met a while back with April, who owns and operates the café, and she gave me a few criteria. Some Toronto-themed photos near the front, some dress-up photos in the dress-up area. And for the rest, I'd send her a few wall arrangements.
Many of my clients like putting up photos on their walls (music to my ears, of course), and to help them determine which sizes and arrangements best suit their walls, I have a handy little app on my iPad that lets me do just that. All I need is a picture of a client's wall with a piece of 8.5x11 paper taped to it to help the app determine scaling, and the end result is nothing short of miraculous. You get a full mock-up of what your walls will look like with the photos hung on them.
Allow me to demonstrate. The first picture was one of the mock-ups that I prepared for April after our initial meeting. The second is what's actually on her walls right now. Can you say awesomesauce?
Here are the other two walls that I did for April (real shots; not mock-ups)).
If you happen to be in Leslieville, do be sure to pop in to to Lil Bean n Green for a cup of coffee, and to check out the images! And for anyone interested, I do sell prints of various sizes of the llama photos and of the Toronto photos. Just contact me for info on pricing!
Peace, love, and pics.
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