September 30, 2014  • 

ProFusion 2014

ProFusion Photo and Video Expo will be held on October 15 and 16 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto. With a 70,000-foot showroom, this expo celebrates the pro imaging industry in Canada with almost 100 exhibitors, exciting product launches, show specials and sales, and seminars and workshops.

September 30, 2014  • 

Photopolis 2014

Halifax is celebrating photography throughout the month of October with its biannual festival, Photopolis. With over 30 venues at galleries and alternative spaces, there is a wide range of exhibitions from local, national and international artists.

September 30, 2014  • 

Cool Gadget: DJI Ronin

The DJI Ronin 3-axis handheld stabilization system is truly one of the most remarkable and ambitious systems that I have seen in a long time. DJI is offering what could be the most complete gimbal system on the market at a price point several thousand dollars cheaper than their nearest competitor.

September 26, 2014  • 

5 Interesting Reads

A new Royal Canadian Mint coin is inspired by Robert Berdan's photo of a wood bison. These were the first wildlife photos published in National Geographic. Here is some good advice about how to blend in as a wedding photographer. Think about the story of what you are photographing. Here are some tips on working with models.

September 25, 2014  • 

Fog, Darkness and Photography

ViewPoint Gallery in Halifax is featuring Once Upon a Foggy Night as their member group show from September 30 through November 2, in conjunction with Nocturne 2014 and Photopolis 2014.

September 24, 2014  • 

Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 and Adobe Premiere Elements 13

Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 Adobe has announced the availability of Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 and Adobe Premiere Elements 13, the latest versions of the No. 1 selling consumer photo- and video-editing software. Adobe serves up a fresh collection of easy-to-use editing tools and guided techniques to help consumers achieve the results they...


September 24, 2014  • 

2014 Epson International Pano Award Winners Announced

The winners of the 5th Epson International Pano Awards have been announced. This year's competition had 3971 entries submitted from 870 photographers in 54 countries with $40,000 in prizes.

September 23, 2014  • 

The New Manfrotto 190X Series Tripods and X-PRO 2-Way Head

Gentec International has announced the launch of the new Manfrotto 190X Series Tripods and the X-PRO 2-Way Head.

September 23, 2014  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Two Canadians are among those chosen as Flickr's top young photographers. Do you find yourself making excuses about why you aren't doing more photography? These "translations" of statements photographers make are funny. Amy Molloy lost a decade's worth of digital photos and shares her thoughts on the experience. Here are some tips on...

September 22, 2014  • 

World Press Comes to Toronto

On a global tour to 100 locations in 45 countries, the award-winning images of the World Press Photo will be in Toronto from September 30 to October 21 at the Allen Lambert Galleria in Brookfield Place

September 19, 2014  • 

SNAP! Photo Competition

The AIDS Committee of Toronto’s SNAP! photo competition is open to all photographers worldwide through November 14. Judges will choose approximately 7 category winners and 70 images to be presented in the silent auction at the SNAP! 2015 gala.

September 18, 2014  • 

Qudos Action Video Light

Gentec International announces the exclusive Canadian distribution of Knog’s Action video light, the Qudos. Surfing after sunset. Riding at midnight. Diving to new depths: the immaculately designed Qudos Action will highlight the night.

September 18, 2014  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here's a selfie taken by a spacecraft, photobombed by a comet. The winners of the Epson International Pano Awards have been announced. This is a fascinating article about Ben Altman's project Site/Sight, which documents people photographing sites of atrocities. Getty Images has sued Microsoft over its Bing Image Widget. Quantum...