Splash of Colour

Reflecting on an iconic U of T building

Bright Lines

This colourful forest stirs with the slightest breeze

Paint Party

Frosh week fun at U of T Mississauga

Purple Haze

U of T alumna Kate McGartland risked injury, and her dignity, for this twilight shot of iconic UC

March of the King Penguins

U of T alum Maria Clauss meets some of the locals in sub-Antarctic South Georgia

Dream Study Space

UTM alum Sarah Khan captured this sunny spot during the quiet lull of post-exams

Sunset Over the Black Sea

U of T doctoral student Ben Ouyang on what he considers his luckiest shot

Cat’s Eye

U of T student Amr El Maghrabi takes advantage of a still moment involving unsuspecting pigeons

Cloud Nine

A kiss, an iconic sculpture, a moment captured

Where Earth Meets Sky

UTM alum Rishabh Dev captured this heavenly view from an abandoned house

The Cavalcade

Finding calm amid the swirling storm at a festive City Hall

Staring at the Sun

Crowds gathered at Nathan Phillips Square to observe the birth, life and death of the sun

Tree Lovers

Student Benjamin Lappalainen makes photographic art with a friend’s helping hand

Inception

When the going gets tough, U of T alum Daisy Qin gets going – with her camera

Ben

Reflecting on a lakeside view before a storm – a penny for your thoughts

Magic in the Air

U of T engineering alum’s lifelong fascination with bubbles

July Talk

U of T alum attends concert, accepts singer’s challenge

Spidey in the 6ix

The masked hero seems poised to catch Toronto in his web

Reflections

U of T alum Stephen Attong gains photo perspective by looking down

Reading Room

New law library bridges rich history and a bright future

The Poet

Aniqa Rahman starkly captures the close of a spellbinding performance

Puppets and Politics

In the fight against environmental degradation, a photo is worth a thousand words

Bird Watcher’s Eye View

Not in love with life? Dr. Nigil Haroon prescribes bird watching.

Graffiti House

Anthropology student Arnold Lan finds beauty in the broken-down

Taking Flight

Barbara Konecny captures the beauty of an unexpected moment in Istanbul

The Curious Squirrel

It’s hard to say who’s more fascinated, the photographer or her subject.

In the Loop

Ronnie Yip transforms a water park into a surreal setting

Calm Before the Chaos

Yannick How Wong catches a glimpse of peaceful front campus before U of T’s annual chariot race

The Girl in the Flower Dress

Novy Warouw shares a stolen moment with a stranger

Froshies

Sadia Awan takes us back to Frosh 2011

Bronte Harbour

Gabriel Tan-Chen’s unsuccessful search for star trails leads to an unexpected photo opportunity at sunrise

Umbrella Girls

Alexandre Combessie documents his adventures through travel photography

Rift in Darkness

Aya Dajani draws inspiration from ancient Japanese mythology

Red Shoes

Susan Cromwell shares her perception of the world through photography

Underwater

Ian Poon goes to great lengths to capture his perfect shot

Walking Alone

Adrian Berg spots colour in the winter landscape

A Single Leaf

Amarpreet Kaur showcases nature at U of T Mississauga

A Trip to the Stacks

Gillian Chow takes a photo of a special tourist at Robarts Library

A Photographer within a Photograph

Andra-Beatrice Stefanescu adds an element of peculiarity to her work

A Majestic View

Anca Liliana Cismaru captures a gem of the Alps

A Snowy Occasion

Haseef Agha highlights the charms of U of T Mississauga

Eyeing the Prize

Michael Tan believes that Torontohenge makes even the most mundane objects seem magical – and uses gummy bears to prove it

Photo by Joel Wong-Hing

Spring

Joel Wong-Hing substitutes journal entries with photographic storytelling

Photo by Samir Tushar

Perspective

Samir Tushar uses partial colours in black and white photography

Fenghuang Fog

Fenghuang Fog

Edward Tse relies on coincidence and a pinch of good luck to create stunning photographs

Photo by Qurrat Ansari

Painting a Better Future

Jose Herrera inspires humanitarian work through photography

Photo by Qurrat Ansari

Lonely

Photography serves a therapeutic function for Qurrat Ansari

Photo by Aaron Paulson

Shinjuku

Aaron Paulson experiments with the aesthetic of Japanese architecture

Photo by Jessica Shane

Schoolyard

Jessica Shane finds art in the unexpected

Photo by Xing Yuan Zeng

Playground

Xing Yuan Zeng relives childhood memories through pictures

Photo by Paula Opazo-Schofield

Skies

Paula Opazo-Schofield uses art to trigger nostalgic remembrances

Photo by Jay Han

Doves Cry

Jay Han shows how art can transcend the limitations of language

Photo by Liat Aharoni

Flight III

Liat Aharoni’s creative vision is fantastical and eerily beautiful

Photo Courtesy of Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics

Transit of Venus

On June 5th, 2012, the planet Venus will pass across the face of the Sun

Photo by Reem Eissa

Still Air

Reem Eissa captures raw emotions through photography

Photo by Catalina Zuleta

la mamá

Catalina Zuleta finds artistic inspiration in the ordinary

Photo by Sarah Angela Nacario

Princess of the Mountains

Sarah Angela Nacario uses photography to frame meaningful experiences

Through the Leaves

Can photographing someone’s art be considered an art? Chris Cachia thinks so.

Photo by Aida da Silva

The Sea

This artwork created by Philip Beesley – and photographed by Aida da Silva – transformed Brookfield Place in Toronto

Driven

Albert Tan uses the Brenizer method to get a new photographic effect on a familiar subject

Category: Photo of the Month