Creative Community & Events in Toronto
Tdot Shots supports photographers and visual artists in Toronto, Canada.
From the Blog
Very happy to announce the finalists for the City & Town category! Congratulations to all and good luck! Our panel of judges short listed about two dozen images for this category and then chose 2-3 favourites. We compromised on a final list of 5 and published them...
We have reached many milestones and celebrating our two-year anniversary ranks as an important marker. We launched in late May 2018. I posted the first few photos on Instagram while travelling from Niagara to Toronto on a Go Train. It was exciting watching those first...
Tdot Shots Toronto welcomes your entries in the Community category of our 2020 contest. Please submit portrait and street photos and use the contest hashtag!
Peter Yu asks, “Are Photographers the Craziest of the CN Towerholics?” / This post contains a photography challenge to avoid posting the tower – attempt only if you dare! / CN-Toweritis: A photography disease caused by the powerful and highly addictive image of the CN Tower whereby the photographer becomes completely dependent on it for his/her photography.
Tdot Shots announces launch of Create Community Photo Contest. Photographer Scott Harrald writes about creating media during crisis and the excitement of rising to the challenge of the 2020 photo contest .
In this article we discuss the pros and cons of using a Toronto-based username for your Instagram account or deriving a handle from your own name. Should you be known as your name or a nickname? What is best for marketing your photography? In the end it's up to you...
Tdot Walks: Meetups for 2020
Some events have resumed for September, some are online
U of T (UNIVERSITY of TORONTO)
Back to School Photo Walks, September 20 and 27 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.
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