1. Gooderham Building
This historic building sitting at the intersection of Front Street and King Street perfectly shows the daily commute of Toronto’s finest. Fun fact: The Gooderham building is older than New York City’s famous flatiron building.
2. Union station/CN tower
Union station is always bustling with people going to work and taking in the sites. The view of the CN tower here is popular with Toronto street photographers.
3. Exhibition Place
The famous arch near Exhibition Place is eerily similar to the German landmark in Berlin.
4. Harbour Front
Toronto’s skyline is one of the most famous views in city. It’s the best place to go at sunset to capture the beauty of Toronto.
5. Graffiti Alley
Just off of Queen Street West, Graffiti alley is a popular backdrop for photographers to hold photoshoots because of its unique design that is constantly changing.
6. Distillery District
The Distillery district is beautiful during the winter months because of its annual Christmas market and light festivals. The way the buildings are a mix of old and new architecture makes it a truly unique spot for street photographers to get inspired.
7. Kensington Market
Kensington is always full of colourful buildings, graffiti and the eclectic people who live there.
8. Dupont Station
Right above Yonge Station, Dupont Station is one of the prettiest TTC stations. it’s natural lighting makes the old subway stop look golden in the afternoon.
9. Casa Loma
Toronto’s very own castle is reason enough to visit and take some inspiring pics.
10. Greek town
Greek town is home to some traditional, beautiful Greek churches making the Danforth the perfect spot for architecture photographers to geek out, along with the unique houses nearby.
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