Getting a good picture can be tough, but you may be surprised to know how many cool and unique spots Kingston has for taking pictures. Here are 15 of our favourite pictures taken in Kingston that may give you some inspo for your next Facebook or Instagram post:
#1: Richardson Stadium
You can’t go to a football game without getting a couple of good pictures. Good lighting, bright colours, and school spirit make for the perfect photo opportunity. These girls KILLED it.
#2: Agnes Etherington Art Center
Did somebody say PINK? Count me in!
#3: The Pier
This picture is just so cool. Grab your closest friends and head to the pier for good times and good pictures.
#4: One Stop???
One stop photo op anybody? This one can be tough to pull off but these girls nailed it. Definitely one of the best Halloween pictures this year.
#5: Jack Astor’s Downtown – Rooftop Patio
Who doesn’t love good company and good drinks on a patio? Get all of that PLUS a pic as cute as this one at Jack Astor’s.
#6: The Waterfront
This natural beauty posted the most perfect waterfront picture.
#7: Downtown Kingston
This picture is taken from the photo expert himself. Downtown Kingston is amazing for pictures both during the day, and at night.
#8: NORTHSIDE espresso + kitchen
NORTHSIDE is beautiful both inside and out and so is Ashley!
#9: Outside of Goodes
White brick walls and big glass windows make it a GOODES idea to take pictures here. Haha.
#10: Kingston Fall Fair
Good pictures and good times to be had at the Kingston Fall Fair.
#11: The Isabel Bader Centre
Whether you’re inside or outside of the Bader, the pictures are always incredible.
#12: In Your Neighbourhood
Stay off roofs! But…if you end up on one…take a picture like this.
#13: Rock Dunder
“Life’s a climb. But the view is great.” -Miley Cyrus
Seriously though, this picture is so worth the hike.
#14: Starbucks Patio on Division
Another killer patio pic. Cure your hangover with fresh air, a venti iced latte, and a cool picture on the Starbucks patio.
#15: Secret Location (between James Reid Furniture and the Grocery Basket, between Princess St. and Brock St.)
Who knew this place even existed? We wanted to keep it a secret but it’s too good not to share. Bright blue walls make for a fun and playful photoshoot.
That’s all for now! Thank you to everyone who let us feature their photos in this post. If you have a cool picture that you’d like us to feature, we’d love to see it!