February 8, 2016  • 

This post gives tips on building an Instagram following. Looklet aims to remove photographers and models from the process of creating fashion industry catalogs. A new biography by Ann Marks has come out and may include details that clarify the Vivian Maier copyright case. Photographer Charlie Naebeck shares about his work in this interview. Here are some tips for making your gear last longer.

February 5, 2016  • 

Holly King: Edging Towards the Mysterious

Through April 17, Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa, Ont., is presenting Holly King: Edging Towards the Mysterious. This exhibition is a ten-year retrospective of King's work and includes Twisted Roots, Mangroves: Floating Between Two Worlds, Grand Canyon: Unscene, and the English Cliffs series.

February 4, 2016  • 

Lowepro’s New HighLine, RidgeLine and Streetline Collections

HighLine Family Press release from DayMen Canada Lowepro has reinvented the way adventure enthusiasts protect, carry and organize their gear for nearly 50 years. Today, the company announced the expansion of its product line with the launch of three new travel collections: HighLine, RidgeLine and StreetLine. These high-quality, dependable...

February 3, 2016  • 

Sony’s New G Master Brand of Interchangeable Lenses

Sony Electronics, a worldwide leader in digital imaging and the world’s largest image sensor manufacturer, has introduced their flagship G Master brand of interchangeable lenses. Sony’s new brand includes three new E-mount full-frame lenses including a 24-70 mm constant f/2.8 standard zoom, an 85-mm f/1.4 prime and a 70-200 mm constant f/2.8...

February 3, 2016  • 

New Sony α6300 Camera

Sony Electronics, a worldwide leader in digital imaging and the world’s largest image sensor manufacturer, has introduced the latest addition to their award winning lineup of mirrorless cameras, the α6300 model. The camera boasts an unrivaled 4D FOCUS system that can lock focus on a subject in as little as 0.05 seconds, the world’s fastest AF...

February 3, 2016  • 

War Beaches: Landscapes of Northwest France

In the spring of 2014, which was the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, Richard Robesco took this series of photographs of the coast of northwestern France. Though the images are of historical Second World War sites, the artist has chosen to highlight the beauty of these places as a way to show the recovery that time brings.

February 2, 2016  • 

New Sekonic LITEMASTER PRO L-478

Sekonic Corporation, the manufacturer of Professional Photographic Light Meters, has announced the release of two new versions of their acclaimed LITEMASTER PRO L-478 Series, touchscreen operated light meters to the current line-up, which includes the L-478D and L-478DR for PocketWizard systems.

February 1, 2016  • 

Scotiabank Photography Award 2016 Longlist Announced

The Scotiabank Photography Award Jury has announced the ten photographers on the 2016 long list. Since 2010 the Scotiabank Photography Award has recognized and supported mid- to late-career artists reaching for the next level of national and international recognition.

February 1, 2016  • 

World’s First Clear Glass Ceramic Protective Lens Filters

Sigma Canada has introduced a new series to the WR (Water Repellent) line of glass filters, the Sigma WR Ceramic Protector. In developing its new protective lens filter, Sigma has leveraged an unprecedented cooperative relationship with a glass manufacturer, resulting in a completely new type of glass called Clear Glass Ceramic.

January 29, 2016  • 

5 Interesting Reads

These photographers are merging traditional analogue photography with Instagram. Mistakes and art. Here is an interesting photo project. Twenty-two-year-old Gage Skidmore is making a name in political photography. Who knew a photo of a potato could be worth so much money?!

January 28, 2016  • 

Emerging Photographers 2016 and Photo Life Student Award

Photo Life’s annual Emerging Photographers competition gives Canadian photography students, apprentice photographers and those just beginning their careers a unique opportunity to share their vision and talent with the world.

January 28, 2016  • 

Olympus PEN-F Hands-On Review

Three days of shooting with the Olympus PEN-F in an variety of environments have left an impression, mostly positive. The F improves on previous PEN models in significant ways without sacrificing size, shape or weight—or style for that matter. Let's start with some low-hanging fruit.

January 27, 2016  • 

2016 Exposure Photography Festival in Alberta

Throughout the month of February, the 12th Exposure Photography Festival is celebrating Alberta’s vibrant and diverse photographic community with a full schedule of exhibitions and events in Calgary, Canmore and Banff.

January 27, 2016  • 

Whyte Museum Opens Three Exhibitions for Exposure Photography Festival

The Whyte Museum of the Rockies in Banff is presenting three exhibitions as part of Exposure, the annual photography festival in Alberta during the month of February. Whyte's exhibitions for the this year's festival are Point of View: Photographs Inspired by the Canadian Rockies, Through the Lens, and Back to the Land: Photographs by Jeremy...

January 27, 2016  • 

Olympus Launches Digital PEN-F

The PEN-F is back! Or at least the storied nameplate is. The new digital PEN-F takes a lot of styling cues from the original half-frame film camera from the 1960s, but inside is the latest Micro Four Thirds sensor from Olympus.