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Someone is taking the coolest 360-degree photos of Toronto – blogTO

Someone is taking the coolest 360-degree photos of Toronto

Julie Millan has been providing an entirely new perspective on Toronto, taking 360-degree photos of some of our most popular landmarks and spots around the city.
The longtime Beaches resident and grade 4 teacher has posted over 100 of the panoramic images to Instagram since she started 360 photography about three years ago.
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« I’ve always enjoyed photography and I’ve always taken photographs. But this new style was an exciting way to challenge the traditional photography that I’ve done so far, » Millan told blogTO.
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The creative outlet has helped her rediscover the city she has called home her entire life, especially in the context of this year’s cancelled travel plans.
« This year in particular when we’re all wondering what’s going on in this world, it’s important to realize there’s beauty all around us, » Millan says. « We’re very lucky to be where we are and to have places to visit and see. »
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Most recently, she’s taken 360-photos of Nathan Phillips Square, Distillery District, Graffiti Alley, the Beaches boardwalk, R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant, Rosetta McClain Gardens and Don Valley Brick Works.
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Although the cool-looking photos can also be taken with a regular DSLR, Millan uses a special 360 camera that connects to her phone and edits the images with a 360 app.
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Millan also jumped on the opportunity to shoot panoramic shots of some of the the city’s architecture during Doors Open Toronto in 2019.
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« When you’re able to take a photograph that includes the ceiling, the floor and all that’s around you, you’re just seeing that building in a different way, » she says.
Although there have been a few inquiries for prints of her photos, Millan has yet to turn the personal hobby into a business. She’s just focused on taking a minute whenever she can to appreciate everything that’s around her.
Julie Millan

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