Tag: ontario

  • Canadian Vignettes: Coast to Coast Rumble

    written by lomography-to on 2012-06-04 #news
    Canadian Vignettes: Coast to Coast Rumble

    Want to show off your Lomography photos in our Gallery? Want to prove you have the best analogue photo in all of Canada? We want your Canadian vignettes that represent your city from coast to coast! Show us what your city means to you and submit your best photos. In this competition, the 13 finalists' images will be part of our National Exhibition for the month of July.

  • Queen St. West & Kensington

    written by icpj on 2009-06-03 #places
    Queen St. West & Kensington

    A couple of the edgiest parts of Toronto. For shopping, exploring, dining and taking photos; Queen St. West and Kensington are a couple of the best places in Toronto to do so.

  • Favourite PHOTOLABS in Canada eh!

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2010-12-18 #gear #tutorials
    Favourite PHOTOLABS in Canada eh!

    From the East Coast in Halifax, to Southern Ontario I've had quite a few experiences with different photolabs in my travels from Australia to Canada and beyond but these are just two of my favorite photolabs in Canada. They've never lost a film, I've never had one come back blank and always meet expectations.

  • A Day in Toronto

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2010-12-06 #places
    A Day in Toronto

    On a clear and crisp day in late November I ventured to Toronto from London, the sleepy city I live in which is about two hours away, just to see my favorite band of all time. I then made the most of my trip by walking my way through Toronto's streets for the day.

  • LomoPeople: Kelvin

    written by gelagoo on 2010-11-05
    LomoPeople: Kelvin

    Not everyone is lucky enough to meet someone whom they can share their passion with. But there are some people who are indeed fortunate, and they are very happy and more than willing to let us know about their analog love story!

  • Win Your Dream Space Toronto: Winner's Announcement

    written by lomography-to on 2013-03-05 #news
    Win Your Dream Space Toronto: Winner's Announcement

    After receiving many interesting submissions, we've chosen our Win Your Dream Space winner for the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto! Turner Wigginton will be taking over the LGS Toronto starting late March with his exhibit, Cymatics. Read on to check out a little bit more about Turner and his masterpiece!

  • Living in a Snowapocolypse Wonderland

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-02-28 #places
    Living in a Snowapocolypse Wonderland

    (To be read in a menacing movie trailer voice) On the second week of December 2010, London (Ontario, Canada) got battered with snow squalls which lasted for over three days dropping almost half the amount of snow in two days that they would get all winter. This is the city you've just moved to, and you can't walk on ice.

  • LomoAmigo Juliana Neufeld, Freed By Film!

    written by ashleyaang on 2013-01-31 #people
    LomoAmigo Juliana Neufeld, Freed By Film!

    LomoAmigo Juliana Neufeld is an award winning illustrator and mixed media artist based in Toronto. She recently designed a La Sardina DIY edition for us, and we thought, why not throw another camera in her hands, this time to shoot with! Check out her photos after the jump!

  • LomoAmigo Wrik Mead Joins Barbara Sternberg on the LC-A+

    written by ashleyaang on 2013-01-29 #people
    LomoAmigo Wrik Mead Joins Barbara Sternberg on the LC-A+

    Wrik Mead has been making film, video and photography works since graduating from the Ontario College of Art in the late 80's. His work has been screened at festivals and galleries worldwide including the Berlinale, The Toronto International Film Festival and the Sydney International Film Festival. He is currently represented by PayneShurvell Gallery in London, UK and teaches at OCAD University in Toronto. He recently teamed up with LomoAmigo Barbara Sternberg and the LC-A+ - Read on and see the results!

  • Not as Easy as a Walk in the Park or is it?

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2011-02-20 #places
    Not as Easy as a Walk in the Park or is it?

    If you are like me, your favorite date spot usually has something to do with a place which is great for taking photos. On our first date I said to this boy of mine that he'll need to get used to my constant stopping for photos and that he did. We both like walking and love going adventuring in new places so walks in the park are ideal, especially when the weather is nice.

  • Edward's Gardens - A Breath of Fresh Air in Toronto

    written by cwsm on 2010-09-06 #places
    Edward's Gardens - A Breath of Fresh Air in Toronto

    Edwards Gardens is a botanical garden located on the southwest corner of Leslie Street and Lawrence Avenue East in Toronto, Ontario. It is also the site of the Toronto Botanical Garden, a private not-for profit organization previously called the Civic Garden Centre.

  • A Walk in the Park with Me, Myself and My Favorite Cameras

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2013-04-26 #places
    A Walk in the Park with Me, Myself and My Favorite Cameras

    Sometimes, when it is a nice day and I need a rest from my never-ending pile of things I need to do, I will go down to the park at the back of my apartment building for a stroll by myself with a couple of cameras in hand. I'm extremely lucky to live right near such a beautiful park that I am able to walk in to rejuvenate, as well as get a little exercise.

  • Travel Memories of 2011

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-01-13 #places
    Travel Memories of 2011

    I know I've kind of missed the boat on posts wrapping up the year that has past in photos or memories but I still wanted to have the opportunity to go through and pick some of my faves that you may or may not have seen over the past year from my Lomography film cameras. When I saw the requested post tagline of Most Memorable Travel Escapades in 2011, I thought that it all fit in nicely together too.

  • Fallin' Beginnings

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2011-11-07
    Fallin' Beginnings

    Around this time of year everyone is getting all set for school and then soon enough, the leaves start changing and falling. Last year was my first year experiencing this in the Northern hemisphere and all the amazing colours. But what happens when you take the bright colour away and see if only in silver shade? This.

  • Weber’s: An Ontario Cottage Country Legend of Burgers

    written by highdesertdan on 2013-08-09 #places
    Weber’s: An Ontario Cottage Country Legend of Burgers

    If you’ve driven to Muskoka in the summer, you have probably or stopped at Weber's, the legendary burger joint. It is true, the burgers are great, and its probably best place to stop for a break north of Toronto.

  • Behind-The-Scenes at the Needles//Pins' Lomokino Music Video for 'Drop It'

    written by ashleyaang on 2012-11-16 #videos

    A few weeks ago, we premiered a Lomokino music video for Vancouver-based band Needles//Pins' single 'Drop It' shot by Lomographers Nick Benidt and Brittany Maisonneuve. We've got some more behind-the-scenes photos and also a bit of insight on what it's like to shoot with the Lomokino, as told by Nick - read on for tips!

  • Winter Wanderings

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-02-22
    Winter Wanderings

    No snowboarding here! Winter activities from a clumsy Australian in cold Canada.

  • Odette Park (Windsor, Ontario)

    written by drivenlikesnow on 2008-07-28 #places
    Odette Park (Windsor, Ontario)

    Located along the Detroit River, Odette Park displays large scale, all season sculptures by internationally recognized artists. This open air art exhibition which spans 3.5 km, has trails for walking and biking and is a great place to spend the day. Come to see the "Chicken and the Egg" "The Sisters" and "Eve's Apple"!

  • High Park (Ontario)

    written by lomography on 2008-05-09 #places
    High Park (Ontario)

    Although you can go to High Park year-round, the best time to go is in spring to watch every plant, animal, and tree come out of hibernation and begin to grow in the warmth of the sunlight.

  • Summer Festivals in Film: Ontario's Ribfest

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-06-08 #news
    Summer Festivals in Film: Ontario's Ribfest

    Every summer since 1985, Victoria Park in London, Ontario has been packed with rib-loving individuals keen to get their hands dirty on the best of the best meat in North America. Last year, my saucy hands somehow managed to hold a Colorsplash camera packed with redscale film and this is how the day turned out!

  • Urban Adventures in London Ontario

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2011-07-24 #places
    Urban Adventures in London Ontario

    When I first got my Colorsplash camera I documented this city I live in, The other London, during the first 10 days I was here and decided I would do a similar thing for the last 10 days I will be living here. But what about the in-between time?

  • Doggy Donation At The LGS Toronto

    written by lomography-to on 2013-02-17 #news
    Doggy Donation At The LGS Toronto

    We need your help - More importantly, puppies need your help! The Canadian Chihuahua Rescue and Transport is looking for doggy donations and we're accepting them at the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto - Come by this week to drop off your donations!

  • Shinny Portraits by Mike Morris

    written by Mike Morris on 2012-07-09
    Shinny Portraits by Mike Morris

    My work illustrates the self-representation of hockey players throughout the Greater Toronto Area . I draw inspiration from documentary photography. Much of my oeuvres involves a form of snapshot aesthetic are inspired by the people and subcultures of this city.