Leonard Ramos is a documentary and street photographer currently based in Toronto, Canada.
Specializing in creating unique imagery with focus on high-contrast “black and white” to capture the sole of an individual and rich bold “colour” to capture the unique cultural that surround us. With interests in travel and visual anthropology, his passion to capture a moment in time that no one will every see again.
Check out his website, Street-Photogs.com, which updates three times a week.
All images courtesy of the photographer.
|Camera With Working Detachable Lens|
|Aleix Plademunt's Dubailand|
|Time-Lapse: A Day at a Walmart Store|
|Mashing a Canon 5D With a 93-Year-Old Folding Camera|
|Hoocap: a Lens Cap That Turns Into a Hood|
|Termite-Inspired Autonomous Robotic Construction Crew|
|Unboxing a Factory Sealed IBM Compatible PC from 1988|
|“The release of methane from hydrate may be apocalyptic.”|
|The Unknown Reader|
|James Charles' Pop Culture Dollars|
|Reviewing Counterfeit Toys Made in China|
|"This very internationalism that contributed to the apocalyptic disaster that ended the Bronze Age."|
|“There was not only automation but where the suggestion that humans had any control [...] was absent too.”|
|"Most of what kids currently learn at school will probably be irrelevant by the time they are 40."|
|"Fossil fuel executives want to get a piece of the clean-energy business."|
|Pat the Zombie: A Cruel Adult Spoof of 'Pat the Bunny'|