August 18, 2017  • 

On August 19, 1839, the instructions for the daguerreotype were first made available. This was the first photographic process to be revealed to the public.

August 16, 2017  • 

Pictures of Art

AXENÉO7 in Ottawa is presenting Justin Wonnacott's Perte de vue/Endless Landscape through August 30. The exhibition will feature eighty images that the artist has taken over the last twenty years in the Ottawa/Gatineau area.

August 15, 2017  • 

Peak Design Leash and Cuff Update

Peak Design has just updated its Leash Camera Strap and Cuff Wrist Strap; check out the improvements for each!

August 11, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Need a new 15-inch laptop that's good for working on photos? Ready to splurge on some images for your collection? Works by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Man Ray, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, and more will be for sale. Do you agree with this top 10 list of film? Did you know of the female NYC street photographer Arlene Gottfried? ...

August 10, 2017  • 

Iceland With Dave Brosha, Paul Zizka and Mag Hood

This coming February, Dave Brosha, Paul Zizka and Mag Hood are offering two photo tours in Iceland. These workshops would be a fantastic way to explore Iceland and improve your photography at the same time!

August 8, 2017  • 

North West Photo Fest in B.C.

From August 11 through 13, the third annual North West Photo Fest in Kitimat, B.C., is celebrating photography across northwestern British Columbia. There will be workshops, seminars, photo walks and more!

August 7, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

This article talks about how to photograph the solar eclipse. Conceptual photographer Cindy Sherman has made her Instagram account public. Did you see the judge's decision on this photographer's lawsuit against her former clients? Richard Tilney-Bassett traded his photography for a trip around the world. This is a challenging and...

August 3, 2017  • 

Do It. And…Keep Doing It.

My advice to others thinking about entering The World We Live In photo competition would be "do it." And, if you do not get recognition, keep doing it.

August 1, 2017  • 

Our August/September Issue!

Our August/September issue has so many great articles in it that I don't even know where to start! There are articles on Canadian conservation photography, travel photos, the artistic cycle and struggles, plus interviews with Photographer of the Year Melissa Renwick and Toronto-based artist Robert Burley, and our all regular features!

July 28, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Did you hear the federal tribunal's decision on the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia's Annie Leibovitz collection? This article addresses the need to consider your audience when presenting your work. Unsplash wants photographers to give up all their rights. Souvid Datta is now distancing himself from photojournalism after being less than...

July 26, 2017  • 

AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize Announces 2017 Shortlist

Four international artists are on the shortlist for the 2017 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize. The exhibition of the shortlisted artists work will open on September 6 at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto.

July 25, 2017  • 

The World We Live In VII: Now Open!

Photo Life and Photo Solution invite Canadian and U.S. photographers to submit their best work to The World We Live In VII. This edition, 21 winners will be awarded more than $40,000 in prizes, including high-end photo equipment, gift certificates, and a grand-prize expedition cruise for two with Adventure Canada!

July 25, 2017  • 

Nikon announces the development of D850 DSLR

Nikon Canada Inc. has announced the development of the next generation in full-frame, high-resolution, high-speed digital SLR cameras with the upcoming release of the highly anticipated Nikon D850.

July 24, 2017  • 

Cutline: The Photography Archives of The Globe and Mail

The Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton is featuring Cutline: The Photography Archives of The Globe and Mail through November 12. This exhibition highlights historical moments of newspaper photography during the 20th century.