February 18, 2019  • 

In February 1900, Eastman Kodak premiered the Brownie camera. This simple cardboard-box camera revolutionized photography by making it accessible to ordinary people. The Brownie was invented by Canadian Frank A. Brownell, a cabinetmaker originally from Vienna, Ontario.

February 15, 2019  • 

The Wounded

Through June 2, the Canadian War Museum is exhibiting photojournalist Stephen J. Thorne’s portraits of 18 Canadian veterans of the war in Afghanistan.

February 1, 2019  • 

So…Where Can I Buy a Copy of Photo Life?

We regularly get emails and calls from readers asking us where they can buy Photo Life in their area, so we thought we'd share our response in case some of you were wondering too! There are four different ways to purchase the magazine, and there's even a search tool to help you see which newsstands near you carry it.

February 1, 2019  • 

Panasonic Canada Announces the LUMIX S1R and S1

Panasonic Canada has introduced the full specifications of its long-awaited first full-frame compact-system cameras, the LUMIX S1R and S1. These new models are equipped with a 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor.

February 1, 2019  • 

Whyte Museum

From February 2 to April 7, the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies in Banff is presenting Laura Millard: Crossing Aspect and Philip Kanwischer’s Inhospitably Ours as a part of Exposure 2019.

January 31, 2019  • 

Ricoh Imaging’s Two New Wide-Angle Lenses for K-Mount DSLRs

Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation has announced the launch of two new high-performance, wide-angle lenses for use with K-mount digital SLR cameras.

January 31, 2019  • 

The World We Live In VIII – Special Edition Now Open

We're thrilled to announce that our special edition of their The World We Live In photo contest is now open for submissions. This year, La Maison Simons has joined our magazines, Photo Life and Photo Solution (our French version) as a new partner for this eighth edition.

January 31, 2019  • 

Our February/March Issue!

Our February/March issue is overflowing with incredible articles. As I flip through this issue, I'm particularly struck by the beautiful mix of styles, approaches, and artists within its pages, and it reminds me of something mentioned in our article on photo-discussion groups.

January 31, 2019  • 

Gallery 44: CameraLinks and Salon 44

From February 13 through 24, Gallery 44 is hosting CameraLinks2019, its annual non-competitive exhibition for elementary- and secondary-school students from the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.

January 30, 2019  • 

Amber Bracken’s Reading Suggestions on the Changing State of Photojournalism

In our February/March issue, Amber Bracken's article "In Times of Trouble" explores the state of photojournalism today. Here are her suggestions on further reading.

January 29, 2019  • 

Exposure: Alberta’s Photography Festival Marks 15 Years

In February, Exposure: Alberta’s Photography Festival will be celebrating photography in spaces across Calgary, Banff, Canmore, Longview and Medicine Hat.

January 28, 2019  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related links on everything from the impact of Instagram on our personal living spaces to Roberta Bondar Foundation’s Avian Migration Aerial Surface Space initiative.

January 24, 2019  • 

Nikon’s New COOLPIX A1000 and COOLPIX B600

Nikon has announced two new compact digital cameras: the COOLPIX A1000 with 35× optical zoom and COOLPIX B600 with 60× lens.