Eric Trussler

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Template:Userspace notes Eric Trussler was a Toronto photographer responsible for much of the Toronto Transit Commission's official photographs, for several decades, in the late 20th Century.[1] His photographs are regularly featured in retrospectives of Toronto, and its growth.[2][3]


References

  1. Derek Flack (2011-03-28). "When the subway system was shiny and new". Blog TO. http://www.blogto.com/city/2011/03/when_the_subway_system_was_shiny_and_new/. Retrieved 2017-12-09. "Trussler was a professional photographer whose main client was the TTC, so he's responsible for a large chunk of the documentation of the early subway system." 
  2. Chris Bateman (2013-10-21). "What rush hour used to look like on the TTC". Blog TO. http://www.blogto.com/city/2013/10/what_rush_hour_used_to_look_like_on_the_ttc/. Retrieved 2017-12-09. "Trussler's skill made the mundane beautiful and provides us with a window into a lost world." 
  3. Eric Veillette (2014-06-06). "A drink with BlogTO editor Derek Flack". The Toronto Star. https://www.thestar.com/life/food_wine/2014/06/06/a_drink_with_derek_flack.html. Retrieved 2017-12-09. "Eric Trussler, the TTC photographer, is another interesting one because he took photos of the subway when it was brand new. He’s the opposite of Wiley, who wasn’t really that great a photographer. In Trussler, you can notice smart little things like overexposing slightly, making the images a little hi-tone."