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...my name is Louis,
and I shoot to tell.

I am a Toronto visual storyteller.
I appreciate the art that is candid, capturing moments as they present themselves.

Also love to travel and getting lost in the streets, venture off on some photo therapy.
 

My gear: XH1, 27mm pancake, 16-55mm

instagram @lifewithlouis

lifewithlouis.com

 

*XF56mmF1.2 R - taken in Tel Aviv, Israel 2019

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