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Michael Sidofsky

Toronto based Inquiries, Prints, and Presets 👇🏻

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At one point during the storm, I found myself uninspired and lost my motivation to shoot. I decided to throw on my 70-200mm with a 2x converter. This gave me a new perspective and allowed me to get some fresh looks on these very familiar streets. How do you find new inspiration? at Toronto, Ontario


Last weekend Toronto was blasted by a winter storm and extreme cold temperatures. Over the next week I’ll be sharing some of the images I captured from that event. at Toronto, Ontario


The moonrise in Toronto 🌕 at Toronto, Ontario


Good times await in the Great Outdoors! Our friends at Fjällräven want to give you the opportunity to get some gear of your own this Season! Check out the link in my bio for all the details. @fjallraven_na #NatureIsWaiting #partner at Hamilton, Ontario


Twilight in Quebec City ✨ at Quebec, Quebec


It’s going to be a cold and nasty weekend in Toronto. Anyone else shooting the storm? 📸🌨 at Toronto, Ontario


Exploring the Unknown with @Fjallraven_NA #NatureIsWaiting #partner at Vaughan, Ontario


A short series of images from Florence, Italy. I hope you guys like it! at Florence, Italy


A quintessential Canadian scene. The Executive Lounge at the Hilton Quebec offers an unparalleled view of Old Quebec City which allowed me to capture this moment. @HiltonQuebec #HiltonQuebec #partner at Hôtel Hilton Québec


Rue Couillard by night. Quebec City is home to some of the oldest streets in Canada and they are just steps away from the Hilton Quebec. @HiltonQuebec #HiltonQuebec #partner at Hôtel Hilton Québec


Hey guys, today I’m giving away three 11x14” prints! Just tag two friends and comment “I want a print” to enter. I’ll announce the winners in a story on Friday, January 18th. Good luck! at Toronto, Ontario


A sunrise from the Southwest. This is a blend of two moments. The first, when the sun peaked through the left mitten, and the second was taken minutes later when the light filled my composition. at Monument Valley

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