In December Tdot shots collaborated with David Paul on a special photo walk with a street photography theme. It was a chilly day and COVID was on the rise but 19 intrepid photographers from the Greater Toronto photography community came out to enjoy the walk. Read the article to find out more about this special meetup.
Are you interested in Tdot Shots photo walks? Comment on this Instagram post and subscribe to our newsletter if you’d like to join us next time. Walks are by invitation to our supporters and take place throughout the summer and fall. . In the IG post are some images from the walk last Sunday, July…
Writing and photography by Farhaan Iqbal // Seeing the world from above is a unique and stunning perspective. Flying drones is also a fun hobby. The advantages of drones – whether professional or recreational – is that they have given us the ability to discover more, to see more and to go to places where we are not able to go. One such example would be volcanic hotspots.
Photography is all about the light. Sometimes you get the best light during bad weather, especially when storms are occurring at sunset. While photographing bad weather, I have seen colours that had to be seen to be believed. Not many things compare to the excitement of waiting for the special light and cloud forms of an approaching storm
Read our updated interview with acclaimed Toronto photographer Taku Kumabe, aka @smaku. Learn about Taku’s philosophy and approaches to urban landscape and bird photography.
The Tdot Shots Five Questions Interview series profiles Toronto area photographers. Paulo Carvalho’s photography is notable for its strong geometric forms and creative compositions featuring reflections and high contrast lighting.
While these majestic animals are spectacular photography subjects, my real joy comes from observing their behaviour. Using photography, an incredible amount of insight can be gleaned into the amazing lives of birds.
Be it landscape, portrait, nature, macro, skyline or just getting out for a relaxing stroll, the Rouge has it all. Rouge National Urban Park is North America’s largest urban protected park and it’s right here in the GTA. All year round it’s an amazing place for a quick hike or if you’re passionate about photography it’s an awesome place for landscape or nature photos
Article and curation by Mike Simpson Photos by Taku Kumabe, Lisa Robertson and Carlier Morejon Cover image: snail in High Park (Carlier), blackbird in Don Valley (Lisa), and Humber Bay Park (Taku) TORONTO: CITY WITHIN A PARK From the parks and forests to the rivers and valleys, and waterfront, Toronto’s natural bounty provides landscape and…
Toronto public art is at once beautiful and thought provoking and sometimes controversial. Often tied to development it tends to appear in areas with new buildings. Our writer Donna Chong explores some new and classic favourite public art works, between City Hall, the Financial district and Canary District. Read on for background on TO public art and a mini tour of each location.