Iconic Toronto: Exploring the Icons of Toronto through the Lens of Photography

Toronto icons include Humber Bay Arch Bridge and TD Centre / photos by @offbeat images

Tdot Shots has always celebrated great city photography and now we dive deeper as we launch “Iconic Toronto,” as a new series of exciting events for the creative community.

Our events for 2022-2023 include:

  • Photo Walk Tours
  • Photo Contest
  • Photo Book
  • Photo Exhibit

Creators: We welcome your contributions in areas such as landscape, nature, cityscape, architecture, street or even environmental portrait photography (photos of people & places).

Sponsors: If your business or organization would like to support us and get involved with the events please get in touch!

Visit our project site: iconictoronto.ca

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