Posts Filed Under: photography
Toronto through the years, as seen from above.
We run through 15 visually arresting, thought-provoking exhibitions you won't want to miss.
Images of Toronto in its colonial infancy, taken more than 150 years ago.
The Art Gallery of Ontario shows off a punk legend's quieter side.
A new Ryerson Image Centre exhibition depicts 50 years of the global fight for civil rights.
A timelapse from Toronto's veteran rooftop photographer, Tom Ryaboi.
A Toronto photographer explores the city's contrasts, using a new technique.
A visual effects compositor puts together the images the CN Tower elevators show in fragments.
Toronto artist Joel Richardson and an entourage of suits visited the Financial District on Sunday for a three-minute-long reflection on the current economy.
We all like to play with iPhone filters, but what happens when the pros get in on it?
Capturing the smell of the city in images.
Full Frontal T.O., a new collection of the photography of Patrick Cummins, reveals hidden tales of the naked city.
In his new book of photographs, Rivers Forgotten, Jeremy Kai reveals the underworld of Toronto's long-buried rivers and water systems.
A father-son photography duo captured 80 years of Toronto's history.
The evolving, modernizing waterfront through the lens of Toronto Harbour Commission photographer Arthur Beales
The red-carpet experience from the photographer's point of view.
We talk with the team involved with the new spectacle of life, death, and rebirth, Samsara.
Stalking celebrities until they make a dumb face and you take a picture of it is the whole point of TIFF, right? Might as well do it right.