Great places to photograph in Toronto

Great places to take photographs in Toronto

Here’s a list of some really nice places to photograph in Toronto.

The following list of places are wonderful for photography. However, they’re not free.  A nominal fee is required for special events.

Some other random places to consider…

  • Nathan Phillips Square, particularly at night is a nice place to shoot.
  • The Toronto Labyrinth (tucked away in a cozy alleyway between the Bell building, the Eaton Centre and the Marriott hotel.
  • Queen’s Park
  • Philosopher’s Walk is a nice spot to shoot at night (next to the ROM)
  • the distillery district
  • unionville main st. (markham)
  • Allan Gardens, botanical conservatory in downtown TO
  • Edwards Gardens/Toronto Botanical Gardens, Leslie and Lawrence area
  • Black Creek Pioneer Village – http://www.blackcreek.ca/
  • Kariya Park – for engagement photos(free)
  • Kensington Market – Google Maps Link Flickr Group
  • badlands, rouge river (the park around there), terra cotta
  • Harbourfront during the summer festivals – has a great cross section of ppl and culture with events and food and music from all over the world.
  • Chinatown – downtown one (we do have 5) – mostly Spadina between Dundas and College – on the weekends you will see the most interesting lines and textures in the faces. And then you have all the fish and veggies to boot.
  • Riverdale farm
  • Adamson Estate and the surrounding area. and OP, it’s Leslie Street Spit, not Split.
  • Cheltenham badlands in Brampton (http://www.torontohiking.com/Hikes/L…l16badlnd.html) (free)
  • Royal Botanical Gardens in Hamilton (not sure if that’s part of GTA though). http://www.rbg.ca/
  • David A. Balfour Park (Just south of Mt. Pleasant cemetary)
  • Sunnybrook Park. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour…,0.077162&z=1
By |2011-07-27T06:00:26+00:00February 7th, 2010|Photography Articles|Comments Off on Great places to photograph in Toronto