April 28, 2017  • 

Throughout the month of May, Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival in Toronto is featuring an extensive program of photo exhibitions, workshops, lectures and more! To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Confederation, this year's festival focuses primarily on Canadian artists.

April 28, 2017  • 

Fallen Princesses

You're might already be familiar with the work of Dina Goldstein, and regular readers will remember the article we had on her in the October/November issue. Those of you in the Toronto area now have the chance to see her Fallen Princesses series in person from May 11 to June 10 at Gallery House during the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

April 28, 2017  • 

An Enduring Wilderness: Toronto’s Natural Parklands

Robert Burley's An Enduring Wilderness: Toronto’s Natural Parklands is on view in Toronto at Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival from May 2 through 26 at the John B. Aird Gallery.

April 28, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Remember our review of The Nordic Cookbook from the -- issue? Here's an interview with chef/photographer Magnus Nilsson. Do you print your images? The texture in these photos is fabulous. Do you have some adventures planned for this spring and summer? Here are some tips on travelling with photo gear. Would you do a photo show with...

April 28, 2017  • 

Muse

From April 30 to May 30, the group exhibition Muse will be on view at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto during the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. Muse considers "the role of women in visual journalism by subverting themes of voyeurism, female subjectivity, and the often-unbalanced relationship between artist and subject."

April 28, 2017  • 

The Sum of All Parts

Toronto photographer Jalani Morgan—who you will probably remember from Laurence Butet-Roch's article on him in our February/March 2017 issue—has a solo public installation at Metro Hall in Toronto as a part of this year's Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

April 27, 2017  • 

Cool Gadget: Sekonic L-858D-U Light Meter

As a hybrid photo/video shooter with a love of external lighting, a light meter is a tool that usually finds its way into my gear bag. A light meter is great for quickly making sure that you have perfect exposure but also for helping you better understand how your different light sources are interacting.

April 27, 2017  • 

Three Photo Exhibitions To See in Vancouver

Through May 6, Equinox Gallery in Vancouver is featuring three photo exhibitions: Marten Elder: Retinex, Fred Herzog: Selections from Modern Color, and Gordon Smith: With Photographs. Elder's images explore the differences between how the digital camera works and how the human eye sees.

April 26, 2017  • 

Art Mûr Presents This Mountain

From May 6 through June 17, Art Mûr in Montreal is presenting Jessica Houston's This Mountain. Inspired by a visit to Baffin Island in 2015, the artist examines the enviromental and cultural impact of the extraction of resources from the earth.

April 25, 2017  • 

Fujifilm’s New Hybrid Instant Film Camera: Instax Square SQ10

Fujifilm North America Corporation has announced the all-new Instax Square SQ10, a sophisticated square format hybrid instant film camera that combines digital imaging technology with square film prints.

April 25, 2017  • 

Two New Lenses for Fujifilm GFX

Fujifilm North America Corporation has announced two new GF lenses for the Fujifilm GFX 50S medium format mirrorless digital camera system, the GF110mmF2 R LM WR (equivalent to 87mm in 35mm format) and the GF23mmF4 R LM WR (equivalent to 18mm in 35mm format).

April 19, 2017  • 

Announcing the 2017 TIPA Awards!

Since 1991, Technical Imaging Press Association (TIPA) members have voted annually on the best photo products released on the market during the previous 12 months. Here are the 40 TIPA awards of 2017!

April 14, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

The photography Pulitzers have been announced. Do you have some adventures planned for this spring and summer? Here are some tips on travelling with photo gear. There's a rare photo of the Titanic for sale. Is film here to stay? Cognitive control can be helped by looking at images protraying cold temperatures! Maybe we should all...

April 10, 2017  • 

New Exhibitions at the Canadian Photography Institute in Ottawa

The Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa is presenting two new photography exhibitions: Photography in Canada: 1960-2000 and PhotoLab 2: Women Speaking Art, until September.

April 3, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Jason Andrew has written a thoughtful article on the "ethics of photographer vs. muse." The U.S. Library of Congress and the Smithsonian have come together to purchase an album of photos including a previously unknown photo of Harriet Tubman, taken earlier in her life than other photos of her. And the U.S. Library of Congress acquired...