Creative Community & Events in Toronto
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From the Blog
Tdot Shots presents the Five Questions Interview with Jeff Giller Originally published May 18, 2019 Who are you?My name is Jeff Giller, I’m 38 and I live in a little town two hours west of Toronto called Stratford, known for its Shakespearean theatre. I’m a software...
The Greater Toronto Area is golden come mid October, and leaves will linger until the first week of November. If you get out during September many trees will be green but bursts of red emerge on the maples. Fall in the Toronto and Southern Ontario region is a visual feast. Here’s our guide to 6ix of the best spots!
Tdot Shots presents the Five Questions Interview with Toronto and GTA photographer Kurt Wang, an expert with landscape and city photography. Kurt is a supportive member of the photo community in TO.
Mohit is a photographer from Toronto who was kind enough to share their perspective and experience on capturing long exposure light trails. All Photos by Mohit Pradhan. GETTING STARTED A lot of photographers think that long exposure photography is difficult....
We are happy to have interviewed Toronto photographer Paul Perrier. The special series "The Mask" documents, via portrait photos, hundreds of people in the Toronto streets. It's a stunning and gargantuan undertaking. We decided to create a special layout for this...
History and Construction of the CN Tower: The Architectural Structure that Defines the Toronto Skyline
Article by Brotee Das Datta / Stories of TO Additional writing and research by Mike Simpson Edited by Scott Harrald Defining the Toronto skyline at 553.33m, the CN Tower is undoubtedly the most recognizable structure of the city. This iconic Canadian structure...
Tdot Walks: Meetups for 2020
Our walks resumed from Sept. 13 to Oct. 4, but are cancelled because of COVID-19
(view photo walks schedule)
U of T (UNIVERSITY of TORONTO)
Back to School and Fall Photo Walks,
Final date Oct. 4 at sunset
Sunset Meetup and Tdot Fundraiser
$5 in advance / limit 12 people
Walks are approximately 90 minutes and are accessible. Registration is required.
Guide: Mike Simpson, Tdot Shots founder and
U of T alumnus
On this walking tour we will:
- explore the historic St. George campus
- photograph 3-4 beautiful locations
- discuss U of T architecture & history
Route includes sites such as Trinity College, Soldier’s Tower, University College and Convocation Hall
Disclaimer: COVID-19 safety protocols in effect / Please maintain 2 meters distance and use mask at close proximity.
Proceeds support Tdot administration and website hosting.
Thanks for your generous support!
UPDATE: Because of Covid our Oct 4 photo walk will be the last walk of 2020.
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