August 29, 2016  • 

From September 14 through December 4, The Edge of the Earth: Climate Change in Photography and Video is on view at the Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto. Guest curated by art historian Dr. Bénédicte Ramade, this group exhibition of recent and historical images examines humanity’s impact on the planet.

August 25, 2016  • 

CLiC 2016 Winners

The 7th annual CLiC Photo Show and Sale has announced the winning images. The jury selected the 21 winning images from submissions from photographers of all levels from Eastern Ontario. . The contest categories were Visible World Colour, Visible World Monochrome, Altered Reality, and Emerging Photography.

August 24, 2016  • 

World Press Montreal

The World Press Photo exhibition is on view in Montreal at the Marché Bonsecours from August 31 to October 2. Next up: Toronto (October 4-25) and Chicoutimi (November 3-27). World Press Photo is committed to inspiring understanding of the world through visual journalism and advancing high standards in photojournalism and documentary storytelling.

August 23, 2016  • 

Shane Laverdière: More Than a Rising Star

You've probably heard about Shayne Laverdière's work over the last few years—or you've seen it without realizing it. His quick ascension to the top calibre of photographers might have made some wonder if he could sustain that level over the long term. We interviewed him, and it's clear that this is one star that's not going to burn out.

August 18, 2016  • 

Nikon Canada Unveils the D3400 and Two Zooms

Nikon Canada has unveiled the compact yet powerful Nikon D3400, an entry-level D-SLR that enables users to capture and share amazing images easier than ever before. The new D3400 provides a simple and seamless way to share stellar images from nearly anywhere through Nikon SnapBridge. Using always-on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology, Nikon...

August 17, 2016  • 

The Boreal Bash Heads South

The Boreal Collective aims to create a space for photographers to connect, exchange ideas and grow—and this year they’re doing that on an international scale. Instead of organizing the event in Toronto like the past three years, Boreal Bash IV will take place in San Andres Cholula, Puebla, Mexico, from October 28 through 30.

August 16, 2016  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Have you thought about the role of photography in elections? How good is your storage and back-up system? The Northern Lights documentary film focuses on photography workshops with Inuit youth. Do you agree that the key to success is to specialize? VSCO has opened a free-to-use studio space in NYC!

August 12, 2016  • 

5 Interesting Reads

The photographer whose gear was stolen in Rio found someone posing to be him in his vest at the games! Check out this article on photography and crime. Did you see this? Dear Men: Stop Disrespecting Women Photographers in the Field. Former Canadian Olympic athlete Kevin Light is now an Olympic photographer! Here is what Sports...

August 12, 2016  • 

Cool Gadget: Canon Connect Station CS-100

Many photographers complain that though capturing and processing their images is a pleasure, dealing with the inevitable headaches of file management is a huge buzzkill. Canon has released the Connect Station CS-100 in an attempt to simplify the process of playing back and storing images and video.

August 9, 2016  • 

Getting Published: Straight Talk and Practical Advice

Would you love to publish a book of your photographs but don't know where to start? If so, we've got just the article for you in our August/September issue. But before you read it, ask yourself if you really want to hear the truth from a professional. Street photographer Michael Ernest Sweet doesn't sugar coat it when he explains what it takes...

August 5, 2016  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here's Getty's response to Carol Highsmith's lawsuit, another lawsuit by Zuma Press, and a thoughtful analysis of the whole situation. "According to a 2015 survey by Ilford Photo, 30% of all film users are under age 35." Would you release your images to be used for free? Jill Corral shares about working as a female street...

August 3, 2016  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Photographer Carol M. Highsmith is suing Getty for charging people to use her images that she donated to the U.S. Library of Congress for public domain usage. Check out these impressive watch photos shot with a loup and a cell-phone camera. What do you think is ethical in regards to wildlife photography? This is a good reminder to...

August 1, 2016  • 

Exploring Beauty and Evanescence

From August 3 to 26, ViewPoint Gallery in Halifax is presenting Evanescent, a solo show by Lynn Ellis. Ellis' images use landscape photography to explore ideas of temporality and beauty. The opening reception is August 4 from 4 to 6 p.m., and the Artist Talk is August 14 at 2 p.m.

July 29, 2016  • 

5 Interesting Reads

The Casa Relvas museum in Portugal looks like a neat place for photographers to visit. Have you seen Jeffrey Milstein's aerial photos of New York City and Los Angeles? Nick Fancher shares about travelling with minimal photo gear. Jack Picone shares about how being a war photographer has affected him. Here's the Astronomy...

July 28, 2016  • 

Scotiabank Photography Award: Angela Grauerholz

Through August 21, the Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto is presenting a survey of work by 2015 Scotiabank Photography Award winner Angela Grauerholz. Co-curated by Paul Roth and Gaëlle Morel, the exhibition includes more than 70 images taken by the artist from the 1980s to today.