April 8, 2020  • 

In these days when most of us are spending time at home, we wanted to gather a list of free online sources of artistic inspiration—virtual art museum tours, gallery exhibitions and more. We hope you and your loved ones are well.

April 1, 2020  • 

Emmanuelle’s Take on the Current Issue: April/May 2020

Even though our magazines talk about photography, I’ve always felt that the content “translates” to other fields as well. That’s certainly the case with Curtis Jones’ article on his journey to becoming a freelancer and Amy Romer’s advice on making the jump to working for yourself.

March 28, 2020  • 

FIFA Closes Its 38th Edition With Two Films About Photography

The International Festival of Films on Art will offer a closing night for its 38th online edition which ends on Sunday 29 March and we're pleased to announce that Photo Life is co-hosting this special online event as media partner. This will consist of the exceptional presentation of two documentaries in their North American premiere, both...

March 27, 2020  • 

An Update From the Photo Life WFH Offices

We hope you are doing okay in these difficult circumstances and that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe at home. We wanted to give you an update and let you know that the Photo Life team is working from home to prepare an exciting June/July issue for you.

March 25, 2020  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related articles from around the web on Kenny Roger's photography, the online dance photography archives of the Jack Mitchell Photography of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Collection, Jōji Hashiguchi's project documenting youth in the 1980s, Stephen Shore's new book of unpublished work, and Fred Ritchin's reflections...

March 24, 2020  • 

Nikon Canada Closes Offices and Repair Service Center

Nikon Canada has announced that it has closed its offices and repair service centers. In addition, the manufacturer has announced a delay in the release of the Nikon D6 Digital SLR.

March 23, 2020  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-focused links for you from around the web on the work of Robert Frank, Leah Hennel's first book, Chris Donovan's series on St. Johns, the new reality of public life around the world, and Russian photographer Max Avdeev's recent "re-entry" after 10 days off-grid.

March 20, 2020  • 

3 Free Back Issues of Photo Life

If you enjoy the art, culture and science of photography and need some new reading material, we’re making three back issues from the Photo Life magazine archives available for free in PDF format to help as we all look for a bit of inspiration in these uncertain times.

March 16, 2020  • 

Suggested Reading for Photography Buffs

These past days have been unlike anything many of us have ever experienced. With leaders stressing social distancing, we know that many people will be turning to reading as a way to help pass the time. So we wanted to share our Suggested Reading for Photography Buffs series; we hope you'll find something to inspire you and encourage you in the...

March 11, 2020  • 

McCord Museum Receives Gift of 9000 Historical Photographs

The McCord Museum in Montreal recently received a gift of a collection of more than 9000 photographs from Jean-Luc Allard and Lucie Surprenant. The images include work from 1030 photographers from the province of Quebec from the mid-1800s to the end of the last century, representing a wide variety of photographic processes.

March 5, 2020  • 

André Kertész and Janet Dey at Stephen Bulger Gallery

Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto is currently presenting two photo-based exhibitions. Janet Dey's Magic is on view through March 14, and André Kertész' A Life in Photographs is being exhibited through March 21.

February 28, 2020  • 

41st Annual Latow Photography Weekend

Latow Photographers Guild’s 41st Annual Photography Weekend is April 18 and 19 at the Art Gallery of Burlington in Burlington, Ontario. This year’s speaker for the Saturday Seminar and Sunday Short Sessions is Nova Scotia artist Kas Stone.

February 28, 2020  • 

Ticket Giveaway: Royal Museum of Ontario

We have one pair of tickets to give away for admission to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. You can use the tickets to see the current Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition that ends on March 29—or any exhibition within a year from the date of issue, including the next edition of Wildlife Photographer of the Year, which starts in...