Chinatown Toronto

Your photos of Chinatown in Toronto

Brimming with activity and colourful signage, the urban hodgepodge that is Chinatown in Toronto makes for one hell of a rich photography subject. The challenge when shooting the neighbourhood is, in fact, narrowing one's focus rather than cramming everything into the frame. This is true of street photography with a Canon 5D or if you're just shooting with your phone. We challenged our readers to post their best pics of Chinatown, and the results are a fitting mishmash of food items, market scenes, streetcars zooming by, and the people of the area. Taken as a whole, they give a good sense of this most visually stimulating of places. Thanks to moogie_wonderland for the lead pic.

Check out all the submissions in our Chinatown photo stream.


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