20 Montreal Instagrammers That'll Make You Fall In Love With The City

05/08/2015 01:46 EDT | Updated 05/25/2015 12:59 EDT

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Whether you live in Montreal or are just passing through, it’s hard to see it all. Here are a few of Montreal’s elite Instagrammers that will show you everything, from food and architecture to the art and style offered in their great city.

WHO: Ali Inay — @inayali

Ali Inay is self-proclaimed a lover of people, coffee and bread. He takes crisp clean shots of his travels, as well as food, people and life in Montreal.

Holy grail 🍊 #mtlcafecrawl

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WHO: Vincent Brillant — @montrealismes

Brillant's photos show you Montreal's architecture and the many small details that make the city special.

WHO: Anne McIsaac — @yellowillow

An art director, Anne finds whimsy in everyday scenes. She's also got a thing for the colour yellow.

WHO: Jackie Rueda — @jackieruedaphotography

Jackie Rueda runs an online photography school. Follow her account and learn how to play with aperture and colour.

El mío es el de pistacho 💚

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WHO: Pierre D’Amours — @pierre_damours_photo

No one captures the skies over Montreal like this guy.

WHO: Michael Vesia — @vesia514

“Photography is my way of travelling through life” — Michael Vesia

The Cyclist

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WHO: Celia Spenard-Ko — @ceeesk

Go here for beautifully framed shots of everyday objects and one of the sharpest eyes in the city.


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WHO: Francis Duval — @francisduval

Francis Duval is an urban planner. His shots will make you look at Montreal’s spaces a little differently.

Il pleut encore. 👓☔️#montréaljetaime

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WHO: Yannick Meilender — @hozen514

Yannick is a traveller and urban explorer.

Landmark MTL

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WHO: J-F Savaria — @jfsavaria

Instagrammer J-F Savaria explores the city's graffiti-filled tunnels and hidden spaces.

Silo no.5, Pointe du moulin 🔦 #cinqcentquatorze

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WHO: Michel Lloyd — @m_lloyd

Minimalism + Colour + Figures = This great Instagram account.

What’s up in the geometric world today? . 📰📌📅📈 .

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WHO: Jeff Frenette — @Dezjeff

Jeff captures his bright, shiny life.

My friend @inayali always brings me to the best spots at the best time! #jeffontheroad #houseportrait

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WHO: Pascal Assaleh — @pascalassaleh

Pascal Assaleh loves finding the lines, angles and curves that make Montreal special.


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WHO: Tavi Andrio — @ttaavvii

Tavi Andrio’s photos of Montreal houses and apartment buildings in the winter have a certain elegance to them.

My hood is prettier than yours. ✨

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WHO: Martin Reisch — @safesolvent

Meticulous photos shot in and around the city.


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WHO: Iveth Morales — @theangryweather

See the little, day-to-day things that inspire this silversmith and jewelry maker.

Treasures from the market.

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WHO: @Mariloubiz

Amazing interiors and still-lifes from this stylish magazine editor.

WHO: Montreal — @livemontreal

@livemontreal captures scenes of life in one of Canada's best cities.

WHO: Montreal Food Divas — @mtlfooddivas

“Every Thursday we go out, drink, cause trouble and eat...and in the morning we wake up and write it all down” — Montreal Food Divas

WHO: Chuck Hughes — @chefchuckhughes

A glimpse into the life of one of Montreal's (and Canada's) best chefs.

Merci Guillaume... @lemouleur Té pas mal Sharp! @crownsalts @lebremnermtl

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