July 29, 2015  • 

Here are some tips for marketing your photography. Here's what one photographer learned from shooting large-format. This interview with Mark Osterman of the George Eastman House looks at changes in photography over the years. Are you wondering what computer or tablet to buy for your photography? Have you considered working as a photographer's assistant?

July 29, 2015  • 

Making Photographs & Magic

When I see clever posts on Facebook or the blogs of other photographers, defining what is and is not a photographer, and who does and doesn’t get to experience the magic, my heart sinks a little bit.

July 28, 2015  • 

Cool Gadget: The Lensbaby Velvet 56

Over the past decade Lensbaby has become known for some pretty unique lenses. The Lensbaby Velvet 56 looks to continue this tradition by offering a truly unique 56-mm soft focus portrait lens with a couple tricks up its sleeve.

July 28, 2015  • 

Boreal Bash and Exhibition

The Boreal Collective is hosting its third Boreal Bash at the O'Born Gallery in Toronto from August 14 through 16. This free event open to the public is a chance for photographers, editors and curators from all disciplines and experience levels to come together and interact

July 27, 2015  • 

The Platinum Print

Here is another video from the George Eastman House's great series on photography: “The Platinum Print.”

July 24, 2015  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Taylor Swift has changed her concert photography contract after hearing photographers' concerns. Have you seen NASA's new Earth photo? Well, this is a  good reason to enter your copyright in the EXIF metadata of your images! Do you agree that these are some of the most interesting lenses in the history of photography? Need a guide to...

July 23, 2015  • 

The iQ Universal 3-in-1 Lens Clip for Smartphone Photography

Utilizing a spring-loaded clip for quick and easy attachment and universal design, the 3-in-1 Lens Clip is compatible with most smartphones and tablets on the market today.

July 23, 2015  • 

World Press Photo Heads to Ottawa

World Press Photo is on a global tour with the award-winning images of its 2015 competition. The exhibition will be on view in Ottawa at the Canadian War Museum from July 23 to August 19. The next cities up are Montreal, Toronto and Chicoutimi!

July 22, 2015  • 

Panasonic’s Splash/Dustproof Rugged LUMIX DMC-FZ300

Panasonic Canada has introduced the DMC-FZ300, a powerful new zoom camera and successor to the DMC-FZ200. Building on the FZ200’s outstanding lens performance of full range f/2.8 aperture (35-mm camera equivalent: 25-600 mm), the DMC-FZ300 also features 4K ultra high definition photo and video recording. The DMC-FZ300’s stunningly fast f/2.8...

July 22, 2015  • 

Panasonic Announces First LEICA Telephoto Zoom Lens for Micro Four Thirds System

Panasonic Canada has announced that the company is developing the first LEICA DG 100-400 mm f/4.0-6.3 telephoto zoom lens (35-mm camera equivalent: 200-800mm) for the Micro Four Thirds system. LEICA DG lenses are designed and developed in keeping with the stringent quality certification standards set by Leica. Four single focal length LEICA DG...

July 22, 2015  • 

The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GX8 DSLM Camera

Panasonic Canada has introduced the new LUMIX G Series DMC-GX8 Digital Single Lens Mirrorless (DSLM) Camera featuring a host of advanced functions packed into a splash and dust-proof rugged design. The new 20.3-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor excels both in response, sensitivity and dynamic range.

July 21, 2015  • 

CLiC Photo Show and Sale

The CLiC Photo Show and Sale is from July 25 to August 9 at Books & Company’s 2nd floor gallery in Picton, Ontario. The show has a Student/Emerging Photographer Division and an Adult Division, with the categories of Visible World/Colour, Visible World/Monochrome and Altered Realit

July 20, 2015  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are 90 days of a National Geographic photographer's life in 90 seconds. More on the Taylor Swift photo contract story... RED's new firmware will now allow you to record still images as well as video. What kind of physical training would you be willing to do for your photography? You can use smartphones to record "bullet-time."

July 17, 2015  • 

Photo Exhibition Considers Atomic Imagery

The Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto is exploring photography related to the atomic bomb and nuclear energy with its exhibition Camera Atomica. Covering the period of time from the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to today, the exhibition features more than 150 photographs, mixing historic and scientific images with contemporary art.

July 16, 2015  • 

Dance Photography

A former dancer with the New York City Ballet, Kyle Froman is the perfect person to do dance photography. The below video covers his work and approach to choreographing images.