Toronto is my muse.

Here are some of my favourite shots of this great city as of late. Go explore. Would you like a print of Toronto, shop my framed photography here!

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By Ryan Bolton. All Rights Reserved.
Humber Bridge Toronto
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Flatiron Toronto Gooderham
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Toronto's flatiron the Gooderham Building. (Photo by Ryan Bolton)
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Toronto at night | Photo by Ryan Bolton
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Toronto at Night Photo
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Purple & Blue CN Tower
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Humber Bridge Toronto Night
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Toronto Flatiron Night Photo
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Boy and the Tower (Photo by Ryan Bolton)
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Written by Ryan Bolton

Ryan is a Toronto-based writer and photographer that likes to break the rules. His work has taken him around the world to do what he truly lovesβ€”storytelling. And drinking cold beer.

181 comments

  1. awesome angles on these pics, dope work my man. I really like your animated avatar too. How do you change your avatar? I’ve been trying to do it for a month now to no avail…any feedback would be appreciated!

      1. Thanks Ryan I’ll check it out later today. I feel like there’s multiple images that I’ve changed. None of them however seem to have been the avatar.

  2. Nice job on being freshly pressed! I used to live in Minnesota and am sad that I never made it to Canada – sad, since I was a few hours away. I now live in Texas which will make my wish to see Canada a bit more challenging.

  3. I really hope to visit Toronto one day. What camera did you use? What lenses? Do you use a tripod? Sorry for the load of questions, but I really like your photographs. πŸ˜€

    1. I use a Canon 5D Mark ii. But a lot of these were on a Canon t2i. Lenses range. But Tamron 24-70, an 85mm and a 50mm 1.4. A lot of experimentation, really.

      1. Thanks. I have a Canon Eos 6D. But right now I work with old lenses from the 1990s, cause I can’t afford new ones yet.

        1. Trying to, but it’s slow. Here in Austria there’s not a really big market for photography.

  4. I like the bar in the Flat Iron Bldg. I had my first Monte Cristo sandwich a couple of blocks away. Not sure why any of that was important to impart on you–but that is what I was thinking about.
    Thanks for sharing your photos. They’re great.

  5. Reblogged this on L .OV. E. UNTITLED and commented:

    This is an amazing photo gallery of Toronto, I’m just blown away by these photographs! Not only are they beautiful, but they really do capture the various moods of Toronto–exciting, sophisticated, tranquil, open… They are lovely, absolutely lovely!

    Please check out Ryan Bolton’s blog and his work.

  6. Amazing photos! We will definitely search here for new inspirations and if you permit, post one of your amazing photos in our site! Keep inspiring!

    1. That was the most recent. Shot at around 6 a.m. on my way to work for a video shoot that I was then delayed for. But the photo was totally fucking worth it.

  7. Thank you for sharing these wonderfully stunning shots of a most remarkable city. I love the one of the wee chap feeding the ducks, it made me grin ear to ear.

  8. From an ex-Torontonian who lived there for over 25 yrs., congrats. for getting Freshly Pressed. Clearly you love the flatiron building, etc. Front Street is a fun place for photos year round. And so are the islands.

  9. All of your pictures are stunning. I really like the picture of the bridge and of the building. The colors are amazing.

  10. From a fellow Torotonian… I LOVED YOUR PICTURES! Way to capture it’s beauty. I go to university at the heart of downtown Toronto so it’s quite a site for me πŸ™‚

  11. I have never been to Toronto before and actually have never planned to. However, after seeing these pictures, I really want to go there! Toronto looks so beautiful!

  12. Awesome photos! Congrats on being freshly pressed! I created a new page last month called Real Life Natural Wife. I hope you’ll check it out and leave me a comment with your thoughts. Have a great weekend!

  13. Lovely photos! I especially like how your night photos still contain so much color! Makes me want to get on a plane and head up north.

  14. I LOVE Toronto – it’s one of the best cities in the world!! Your photos are amazing and I’m glad I found your blog. You capture the city’s grace and beauty.

  15. Wow.
    I grew up in Toronto, so everything I look without a second thought…mundane.
    Thanks for giving my hometown a new pair of “lens.”

  16. Great pics, I miss Canada so much. Especially beaches and nature in BC, where we used to hike quite a lot. Really appreciate your work. I hope I will be back soon.

  17. I’m a latecomer here πŸ™‚ I lived in Toronto for 16 years, I’m in the UK now. I miss Toronto every day. Your photos are stunning. You made me miss it even more, dammit! πŸ™‚

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