October 24, 2016  • 

In Montreal, the McCord Museum is exhibiting Notman, A Visionary Photographer from November 4 through March 26. With 285 photographs and objects, this is an in-depth look at the influential 19th-century Canadian photographer.

October 20, 2016  • 


Boy/Double Ash, 2016 © Sara Angelucci, Courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery Sara Angelucci's Arboretum is on view at Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto from October 22 through November 19. With this series, Angelucci takes 19th-century portrait cabinet cards and turns them on their head. Instead of the trees being relegated to a mere painted...

October 19, 2016  • 

Nikon Announces FX-Format Telephoto and Fisheye Lenses

Nikon Canada has announced two FX-format additions to the storied Nikkor lens lineup, designed to achieve amazing optical performance for the most demanding professional and enthusiast photographers: the AF-S Nikkor 70-200 mm f/2.8E FL ED VR and the PC Nikkor 19-mm f/4E ED.

October 18, 2016  • 

A Circle of Bluebirds

Osheen Harruthoonyan's A Circle of Bluebirds is on view at Lonsdale Gallery in Toronto through November 13. Using wet darkroom techniques, manipulation and collages of negatives, Harruthoonyan explores time, history and memory in this series.

October 17, 2016  • 

Passionate About the Rockies

From October 21 through November 20, Glen Boles: Climber, Photographer & Artist is being showcased at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies in Banff. The exhibition brings together adventurer Glen Boles’ images and pen-and-ink drawings of the mountains.

October 14, 2016  • 

Flash Fest in Winnipeg!

The third annual Flash Photographic Festival is this month in Winnipeg! The free annual festival showcases photographers from Winnipeg and around Manitoba; this year work by 116 photographers is on view in 53 venues.

October 13, 2016  • 

Zeiss Photography Award: Open for Entries

World Photography Organisation and Zeiss have announced that the second annual Zeiss Photography Award competition is open for entries through February 7. The theme this year, like last year, is Meaningful Places.

October 6, 2016  • 

Sony’s New α6500 and RX100 V

Sony has introduced their new APS-C sensor camera, the α6500. As the latest addition to Sony’s lineup of award winning mirrorless cameras, the new α6500 shares the same unrivaled 4D FOCUS system as the α6300 camera.

October 6, 2016  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Have you considered raising your prices? Here's a thoughtful article on Sam Abell's practice working from the back layer to the front in photography and elsewhere. Mihaela Noroc has combined travel and photographing women. Google has announced their Pixel phones. And in case you are left to survive in the wilderness with only your...

October 5, 2016  • 

Don’t Break Your Back on the Job!

Most people encounter back pain at some point in their life, and as a photographer, you likely spend some time lugging around heavy gear. It's easy to make a wrong move and regret it, and we wanted to help all of us avoid unnecessary pain. So we talked with an expert, Dr. Christopher Singh, to get some advice on what we can do to help prevent an...

October 4, 2016  • 

Edmonton Photographic Tradeshow

On November 6, McBain Camera is presenting the Edmonton Photographic Tradeshow, an all-day tradeshow with new products from major brands, at the University of Alberta Pavilion. There will also be seminars, demos and more!

September 30, 2016  • 

5 Interesting Reads

500px is adding features and tools, including letting users edit their Raw photos through the app. (And here's a review.) "What we see when we look at travel photography" is a reflection on photographing our trips. Instagram now lets you save drafts of your images. And while we're mentioning Instagram, if you like Snapchat, you might...

September 29, 2016  • 

Red Bull Illume Reveals Winning Images

The winners of the Red Bull Illume 2016 action sports photography contest have been announced. Canadian Jody MacDonald won for the Lifestyle category with an image of her brother on top of a train travelling through the Sahara.

September 29, 2016  • 

The Canadian Photography Institute Opens

The Canadian Photography Institute opens its doors at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa on October 26. The institute is presenting three inaugural exhibitions to mark the occasion.

September 28, 2016  • 

Dina Goldstein Shares About Her Life, Her Work and Her Newest Series

Dina Goldstein's series Fallen Princesses, In the Dollhouse and Gods of Suburbia have all been recognized with international attention and awards. The Vancouver-based artist talked with us about her work and career journey so far.