March 26, 2015  • 

Ignited by the challenge to create images that surpass their expectations, the graduates of Seneca College’s Independent Digital Photography program are excited to show their work for the first time in a gallery setting in Toronto. The 2015 Grad show is a compilation of the best images taken during their time at the college, the ones that have inspired them and pushed them forward as photographers.

March 26, 2015  • 

Working Outside Your Comfort Zone

Photo Life is proud to partner with Seneca students to document their journey through the school curriculum. This week Samuel Dias shares about photographing strangers. This is the last Seneca post for this semester; the series will return in the fall.

March 25, 2015  • 

Getting Naked

The Canadian Art Council Art Bank has many all-but-forgotten nudes, unclothed or naked pieces of art. That changed this spring when THEMUSEUM, in Kitchener, revealed its 100+ piece exhibit, Getting Naked, to the public.

March 25, 2015  • 

Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

The 15th annual Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD) is April 26! Photographers all over the world are invited to make a pinhole photograph on that day to celebrate lens-less photography.

March 24, 2015  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Did you see the big debate over whether the photography field is dominated by men and whether photo groups specifically for women have value today? Matt Black is Time magazine's 2014 Instagram Photographer of the Year. Saturn's rings are spectacular-looking. This photographer has photographed Russians at every age. Here are some...

March 24, 2015  • 

Test Review: The Nikon D5500

The Nikon D5500 is a compact SLR system with an APS-C-sized sensor and 24-MP resolution. It has a new and very fast AF system and some enhanced handling options.


March 23, 2015  • 

Have You Seen the World? Share Your Best Travel Anecdote!

Share your best photo travel anecdote by replying to this post and you could win David duChemin’s latest eBook See the World — 20 Lessons for Stronger Travel Photographs! Those who have traveled—and this includes going to exotic and remote places as well as visiting a nearby city—have an anecdote to share. Surprising and funny things...

March 23, 2015  • 

Spark Photo Festival

Throughout the month of April, the third annual Spark Photo Festival is celebrating photography throughout the Northumberland, Peterborough, and Kawartha Lakes regions of Ontario. This year, the festival will feature 50 free exhibitions in 50 different venues. The showcase exhibit of heritage photography will be Lucy Maud Montgomery: A Life in...

March 20, 2015  • 

Emerging Photographers 2015 Winners’ Gallery

The twenty-one winners of the Emerging Photographers 2015 competition are featured in current issue of Photo Life (February/March), and now you can also see them online in 2015 winners' gallery.

March 20, 2015  • 

Manhattan 1982

Gun Roze's Manhattan 1982 will be presented at Akasha Art Projects in Toronto from March 21 through April 15. The opening reception will be on March 26 from 7 to 9 p.m.

March 20, 2015  • 

Stephen Bulger Gallery Celebrates 20 Years

The Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto is celebrating its 20th anniversary with an exhibition that includes one photograph from each of the 130 artists who have had a solo exhibition at the gallery since its opening. 20th Anniversary: A Group Exhibition Celebrating 20 Years is being presented from March 24 through April 25.

March 19, 2015  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here is a home photo business office remodelling job. Are any of these beliefs holding you back from pursuing your photo-related goals? This man strapped a jaw-operated pinhole camera to his face. Nina Leen's photography was intriguing. Are you concerned about the longevity of your digital photos?

March 19, 2015  • 

Lighting and Texture

Photo Life is proud to partner with Seneca students to document their journey through the school curriculum. This week Kayla Hill shares about learning about lighting.

March 18, 2015  • 

Free Photo-History Symposium Open to Public

From March 26 through 28, Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto is offering a free symposium, open to the public. The symposium is in its fourth year, and this year’s theme is “Photography Historians: A New Generation?” Emerging photo-historians and academics will dialogue with renowned scholars and share research with the participants and...

March 18, 2015  • 

Benoit Aquin’s Mégantic in Pictures on View in Montreal

Through May 24, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is presenting Benoit Aquin’s Mégantic in Pictures. The photographer made multiple visits to the site, and his work bears witness to the tragedy of the 2013 train derailment in Lac-Mégantic and its impact on everyday life.