March 27, 2017  • 

Now celebrating its first decade, News Photographers Association of Canada is hosting its annual Photojournalism Conference from May 4 through 7 in Toronto. The weekend includes workshops, a trade show, camera clinics; and the 2016 NPOY awards and more.

March 23, 2017  • 

PhotoRepublik 4X4 Filter Holder Kit

When shooting landscapes, a drop-in filter set is always in my bag. The PhotoRepublik 4X4 Filter Kit takes the frustration out of putting a kit together, including everything you need in a single inexpensive and well-packaged kit.

March 21, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Do you agree with this perspective on street photography? This is a thoughtful article on photography and contemporary art. Try these ideas if you don't have a lot of photo workshops or development opportunities where you live. This is one photographer's story of adventures in darkroom printing. Do you know about Henyrk Ross'...

March 20, 2017  • 

Experimental Lake

Guillaume Simoneau's Experimental Lake is on view at the Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto from April 1 to May 6. This is the gallery's first solo exhibition of the Montreal-based artist's work.

March 17, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

"A Photograph Never Stands Alone." It's not all about the talent. In fact, a promising career might have more to do with the opportunities you have than the talent. Here's an article on the photographer of the Chicago Cubs. This is a fun little walk through the history of photography. How do you decide what gear is right for you?

March 16, 2017  • 

Red Bull Illume International Exhibition Comes to Toronto

The Red Bull Illume Image Quest 2016 finalist images are touring the world in an outdoor night-time exhibition. The winning action and adventure sports images are on view in Toronto at Union Station from March 31 to April 9.

March 15, 2017  • 

Capture Photography Festival in April!

In Vancouver, the fourth annual Capture Photography Festival is celebrating photography and lens-based art throughout the month of April. This year’s program includes more than 100 photography exhibitions in 70 galleries, public art and photo events.

March 14, 2017  • 

Kevin Faingnaert Wins Zeiss Photography Award

The World Photography Organisation and Zeiss have announced Belgian photographer Kevin Faingnaert as the winner of the second annual Zeiss Photography Award for his series Føroyar, which documents life in remote villages in the Faroe Islands.

March 10, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Popular Photography and American Photo magazines are no more. Would you like to discover more great female photojournalists from around the world? Check out this fabulous list, which includes Canadians Marta Iwanek and Émilie Régnier! Does your photography website make these mistakes? Fashion photographer Mario Testino shares his...

March 10, 2017  • 

Scotiabank Photography Award Announces Finalists

Scotiabank has announced the 2017 Scotiabank Photography Award shortlist finalists: Raymonde April (Montreal, Que.), Donigan Cumming (Montreal, Que.), and Shelley Niro (Brantford, Ont.). These artists were selected from a longer list of 11 nominees.

March 9, 2017  • 

Sarah Fuller & 7 Cameras

Sarah Fuller's Camouflage (Hulinhjálmsteinn) and the group show 7 Cameras are on view at Christine Klassen Gallery in Calgary through March 18. Fuller's work examines the idea of displacement and being in one place and having ties to another.

March 7, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

This photo essay is on the US-Mexico border. Here's a look at the role of photography in the New York Times since 1852. Have you considered getting into wet-plate collodion photography? The New Yorker's senior photo editor, Genevieve Fussell, has shared about what's she looking for in a photographer. Do you love shooting...

March 6, 2017  • 

Seminar by Dave Brosha

The Manitoba Camera Club, Manitoba Foto Friends and Winnipeg South Photo Club are presenting an all-day seminar in Winnipeg on April 29, during which photographer and educator Dave Brosha will teach four sessions.

March 3, 2017  • 

2017 Sony World Photography Awards: Four Canadians Shortlisted

The Sony World Photography Awards has announced its 2017 shortlist. Four Canadian photographers were shortlisted: Amber Bracken, Elzbieta Kurowska, Stéphane Couture and Rob Wilson. Three additional Canadians ranked among the top 50 in their categories in the Open competition: Sylvie Pinsonneault, Philippe Doucet and Kirsten Quist.

March 3, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Did you know photographers sometimes wear earplugs when photographing the red carpet? Here's one photographer's reflections on inspiration, imitation and ethics. Are you considering paying to advertise your services as a wedding photographer? Are you curious what photo editors would like to see on your website or do you want some...