Events

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Announcing the Winners of our Iconic Toronto Photo Contest 2022

Wow we have wrapped another amazing photo contest. Thanks for supporting us this year! We had over 2000 entries and many were spectacular. Toronto is an awesome city and the GTA photography community really cares about capturing this special city from so many unique spots. We wrote a detailed critique about the winners at our…

Join our Iconic Toronto Photo Contest Awards Meetup December 11
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Join our Iconic Toronto Photo Contest Awards Meetup December 11

We wrapped up our annual Toronto photo contest on November 30. Huge thanks to everyone who entered their images! We hope you will be able to join us December 11 for a photo walk in downtown Toronto. We will announce the contest winners at the end of the meetup! The walk will be focused on…

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Meet the Judges: A Profile of Taku Kumabe, Landscape and Nature Photographer

We have known and collaborated with Taku since we launched in 2018. We are grateful to the photographer for assisting us with judging again this year. Taku Kumabe is well known for his landscape and nature photography in Toronto and beyond. He explores locales around the world including North West Territories (northern lights), Japan and…

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Meet the Judges: A Profile of Toronto Photographer Mr. Brian James

It’s November and the Iconic toronto Photo Contest is here! πŸ† It is with pleasure we have the opportunity to introduce our volunteer judge, Mr. Brian James. Brian is a talented photographer from Toronto, specializing in street and portraiture. The Iconic Toronto photo contest will have thousands of entries under the hashtag #iconictoronto so we are grateful to Brian for helping us pick finalists and winners!

Tdot Shots presents Iconic Toronto Photo Contest 2022
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Tdot Shots presents Iconic Toronto Photo Contest 2022

It’s going to be a fabulous fall and we are excited to announce the return of our annual photo contest! We look forward to seeing all the entries by local creators. The contest is supported by Tdot Shots and our sponsors, judges and volunteers. You can get involved! Iconic Toronto: Celebrating the Culture and History…

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Top Spots for Fall Photography in Toronto

Our Guide to Where and When to Catch Fall Photography and a Walking Tour in Toronto, Canada Welcome to our annual feature on Fall Photo Spots and Walking Tours in the city. You may be wondering, β€œWhere can you shoot good fall photos?” If you are in the Toronto area, we have some recommendations for…

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Architecture and History Photo Walk Tours at University of Toronto

Are you interested in photography, architecture and history? You are welcome to join us at the U of T campus in downtown Toronto for a special photo walk and walking tour. The university campus is a gem in the core of the city and is one of our regular meetups – they usually happen on…

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Join our Toronto Public Art and Architecture Photo Walk Tour

It’s very exciting to announce our first Iconic Toronto event of 2022. For 4 years we have led photo walk meetups as Tdot Shots. Now we are evolving to co-promote the events as Iconic Toronto. Interested in this photo walk and walking tour? You can buy a ticket at our new events site: Tdot Events…

Congratulations to the Winners and Finalists of the 2021 Photo Contest!
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Congratulations to the Winners and Finalists of the 2021 Photo Contest!

πŸ† Winners and Finalists! We offer congratulations! πŸŽ‰ We are happy to announce the winners of the contest. We posted the winners and finalist selections on Instagram through November. Here they are! What an amazing group of images! Our judges had a difficult task. Congrats to the winners! Purav Desai – Historic and ArchivalAlex Glinka…

Explaining the Historic and Archival Category for the 2021 Toronto Photo Contest
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Explaining the Historic and Archival Category for the 2021 Toronto Photo Contest

It may not be obvious to everyone what is meant exactly by “historic” and “archival” so here’s a post that should help you out a little. We feel at the two-week mark of the contest that we have received a very low number of entries in this category so we’d encourage you to seek out…