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Fashion Week - Day 4

Carlos Osorio - Staff Photographer

Thursday was my last day at Fashion Week. I actually enjoyed it more than I thought. A big part of that has to do with the Star's fashion reporter Derick Chetty. Being friends with Derick has its perks. Everyone knows who he is and doors are always opening for us. It's great. He was my passport to fashion week. 

Fashion week has also allowed me to have fun with my pictures. When going to assignment after assignment sometimes you get into a rut where the pictures you take aren't what they should be. There is no better way to break out of that funk than to just play with photographs and try different things.

I recently got an iPhone 4 and have been using it to take photos throughout my four days. The following is a selection of some of the photos taken with an iPhone 4 and the Camera+ app.

Hope you enjoy!

Shan swimwear show


A woman walks along a dimly lit corridor


A custodian picks up garbage.


CO-iPhoneBlog04Heather Lawton show


Jay Manuel Attitude 


The L'Oreal makeup booth


A model gets ready for the Heather Lawton show


The main entrance for Toronto Fashion Week


People begin to exit the Cydelic by Choryin show


Sitting in the front row with Derick Chetty at the Rudsak show. 


A model has makeup applied backstage






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