This book is a must-have photographic portrait of Toronto, featuring 100 exquisitely reproduced panoramic images from one of Canada’s greatest photographers of place.
For the last three years, acclaimed photographer Geoffrey James has stalked the parks and back streets of Canada’s largest metropolis with his tripod and wide-angle panoramic camera, in search of the city’s essence. Here is the Toronto we see but do not notice, captured in 100 exquisitely reproduced photographs, accompanied by a 4,000-word introduction from Mark Kingwell and extensive end notes from city historians and other noted experts.
Toronto is a beautiful object. It comes with a wide format, real cloth cover, and photographs that are beautifully scanned and reproduced on extra heavy art paper to bring out all their panoramic glory. This will be a much desired gift for Torontonians and lovers of good photography.