August 12, 2019  • 

Here are some photo-related articles from around the web on Stranger Things, photography and space travel, the photo archives of Ebony and Jet, and NYC photographer and collector Jay Maisel.

August 2, 2019  • 

Celebrating Photography in Gaspésie

Through September 30, the 10th Rencontres internationales de la photographie en Gaspésie is presenting exhibitions in 12 of the peninsula’s municipalities, towns and national parks. Rencontres is also offering a tour of the region from August 15 to 18, with a series of activities in the presence of a number of participating artists.

August 1, 2019  • 

The Polaroid Project: Our Interview With Curator Hélène Samson

We had the chance to speak with Hélène Samson, the Photography Curator of the McCord Museum, about The Polaroid Project: At the Intersection of Art and Technology, on view in Montreal through September 15. The exhibition presents work from about 100 of the most prominent international artists of the 20th century; a section focusing on...

August 1, 2019  • 

Easy as 1-2-3D

This photo is an anaglyph—an image that simulates a 3D effect when viewed through appropriate filters, like the typical red/cyan paper glasses. Cool, isn’t it? What’s even better is that this effect is actually quite simple to do.

July 31, 2019  • 

Suggested Reading for Photography Buffs #6

Are you looking for some photography-themed books for your summer reading? Here are some options that include landscape; photojournalism; a photo activity book for kids; a pocket guide to photography; and photographic stories of love, loss, heartbreak, and beginning again.

July 30, 2019  • 

Our August/September 2019 Issue!

Our August/September issue is overflowing with great articles! You’ll be inspired by the story of 99-year-old photographer Thelma Pepper, and you’ll be craving pizza after reading our photographer's guide to getting the best shots in New York City. This and much more!

July 29, 2019  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related articles from around the web on Darren Hull's trip to document the Dempster Highway, Teju Cole's curatorial choices, Alana Paterson's portraits illuminating the gender gap in sports, and work by Shin Noguchi and Vivian Maier.

July 25, 2019  • 

Dog Days

Through September 1, the Polygon Gallery in North Vancouver is presenting Dog Days, a group photography exhibition examining the dog-human relationship. This exhibition includes both contemporary and historical images, making it clear that our passion for photographing dogs goes way back.

July 24, 2019  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related articles from around the web on bridging racial divides, using photography to affect change, photographing the Apollo 11 launch, the #nofilter lie, and reflections on Cindy Sherman's work.

July 23, 2019  • 

Open Channels on View at the Canada Council

Through January 26, Canada Council's Âjagemô exhibition space in Ottawa is showcasing the Open Channels exhibition, which presents the work of the artists who were onboard the Canada C3 maritime expedition marking the 150th anniversary of Confederation.

July 19, 2019  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related links from around the web on quantum entanglement, travel photography on Instagram, East Vancouver style, Madalena Kozachuk's research on daguerrotypes, and whether nature and landscape photography does more harm than good.