Aidan Walters was an honourable mention at the 2018 “Views From Generation Z” photo exhibit as well as a long time GTA Photography Camper at our Toronto camp. He was taken several camps with us including March Break Camp, Street & Documentary and Editing Camp.
Aidan loves urban exploration and loves to shoot Toronto’s architecture. Read our interview with Aidan for inspiration and to find out more about our campers and programs at GTA Photography Camps.
When and how did you fall in love with photography?
My brother had been taking photos so I tried out my friend’s camera and I really liked it.
What is your favourite photography style?
My favourite styles would be street and urban photography.
Where is your favourite location to shoot?
My favourite location is Central Downtown Toronto.
What camera do you use?
I shoot with a Canon Rebel T3.
What advice would you give to other photographers your age?
Keep doing what you love. If someone says they don’t like the photo, that’s okay. People have different tastes. Don’t let people bring you down.
What are a few techniques or photography styles that you plan on learning?
I want to get better at shooting photos at night and having them look good.
Just so we can find out a bit more about the person behind the lens, could you tell us…
What is your favourite dessert? I really like chocolate cake.
Where do you really want to go to visit? Tokyo or Italy.
What’s your favourite movie? Hardcore Henry
What’s your favourite band/musician? I don’t really have one. I listen to a lot of different people.
What is your favourite kind of pet ? Rabbits. I have a pet rabbit named Arthur.
Learn More About The Camp Aidan Took: Street & Documentary
If you are interested in street photography and photo journalism, this is the perfect camp for you! With daily field trips all across Toronto, you get to explore the city through the eyes of a photo journalist.