July 24  • 

No, the picture above isn’t botched, and your eyesight is just fine. This photo is an anaglyph—an image that simulates a 3D effect when viewed through ­appropriate filters, like the typical red/cyan paper glasses. Grab a pair of 3D spectacles and have a look. If you have kids around the house, you probably have some of these lying around somewhere. If not, no worries, they’re pretty easy to find. Cool, isn’t it? What’s even better is that this effect is actually quite simple...

July 24  • 

5 Interesting Reads

This article has some good tips for travelling with photo gear. Curious to see what renowned photographer Albert Watson is working on now? Check out this article and the video clips from the BBC program. Did you hear the story behind Marsel van Oosten's photo of the monkey using the iPhone? Magnum photographers share thoughts and advice...

July 23  • 

Full Circle

Despite being nearly 20 years ago, I remember it like it was yesterday. It was Dec 14, 1994, and a personal matter had directed me to Edmonton, Alberta. For those who are starting to see some grey on the dome, many would know this is also the home of the itinerant and incredibly talented Daryl Benso

July 22  • 

World Press Photo Comes to Ottawa and Quebec City

The award-winning images of the World Press Photo annual photography contest are now on a global tour to 100 locations in 45 countries. The exhibition will be on view in Ottawa at the Canadian War Museum from July 26. World Press will be in Quebec City from July 31 through August 24 at the Espace 400e Bell.


July 21  • 

The World We Live In: Adventure Awaits!

Our biggest annual photo contest The World We Live In is now open for entries! This contest is open to all levels of experience—amateurs and pros and everyone in between! Like previous years, there are three themes: Humanity, Environment and Interconnections.

July 18  • 

5 Interesting Reads

GoPro has gone public. There is now a new blacker black. Photographer Miller Mobley photographed the president before turning 30. Self-published photobooks are making waves. Are you interested in improving your photography? Check out this list of amazing resources and tutorials.

July 17  • 

Sigma’s New dp2 Quattro

Gentec International has announced the launch of Sigma’s dp2 Quattro digital camera, one of their new generation of high image quality compact cameras incorporating a newly developed Foveon X3 direct image sensor. Unique among image sensors, the Foveon direct image sensor is similar to traditional colour film in that its multiple layers...

July 17  • 

Waterfront Photo Exhibition in Toronto

Through June 2015, No Flat City: Toronto's Incomparable Terrain will be on view along Lake Ontario. Produced by Harbourfront Centre and curated by Patrick Macaulay, the exhibition of 72 large-scale photographic images will offer an opposing viewpoint to the idea that the Toronto area is totally flat.

July 16  • 

Going Indie – The Final Analysis

I consider myself very fortunate to have had the opportunity to earn a living and support my family as a full-time stock photographer for about 20 years. I have learned much over that time, but most importantly was the fact that we live in a country where we can do pretty much anything we wish providing we work hard and stay within the boundaries...

July 15  • 

The Pentax XG-1

Building on its foundation of unique DSLR cameras, Ricoh Imaging is pleased to introduce the Pentax XG-1 digital camera. This versatile, all-in-one camera showcases an impressive 52x optical zoom lens, 16-megapixel sensor, and Pentax technology; bridging the gap between DSLR flexibility and point-and-shoot convenience. The Pentax XG-1 is a...