December 7, 2018  • 

Here are some photo-related links on everything from Stephen DiRado's moving documentation of his father's struggle with Alzheimer's disease to photographer Connor Dudgeon's tips for restaurants and things to do in Toronto.

November 30, 2018  • 

Sony Alpha Female Creator-in-Residence Program Contest: Winners Announced

Sony has announced the winners of its Alpha Female Creator-in-Residence Program Contest, one of the flagship initiatives in the recently introduced “Be Alpha” campaign.

November 30, 2018  • 

Zeiss Photography Award: Open for Submissions

World Photography Organisation and Zeiss are accepting entries for the Zeiss Photography Award. Photographers are invited to submit a series of images for the theme Seeing Beyond: The Unexpected before February 8.

November 30, 2018  • 

Of Individuals and Places: Photographs from the Lazare Collection

Through April 28, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is presenting Of Individuals and Places: Photographs from the Lazare Collection, an exhibition featuring almost 100 photographs by major Canadian and international artists.

November 30, 2018  • 

Our December/January Issue

The December/January 2019 issue is amazing, and we're excited to share it with you. The cover shows a stunning image by Cristina Mittermeier. When I read the intro of Cynthia Haynes' interview with the photographer, I knew it was going to be good. Really good.

November 29, 2018  • 

Winter Solstice at ViewPoint Gallery

ViewPoint Gallery in Halifax is presenting a member group show from December 6 through 30. The exhibition, Solstice, focuses on the longest night/shortest day of the year and the effect this has on our psyche.

November 29, 2018  • 

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The 54th annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition is on view at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto from December 1 through March 31 and at the Royal BC Museum in Victoria from February 15 through March 24.

November 22, 2018  • 

Deck the Walls

Through January 12, Newzones in Calgary is presenting its annual Deck the Walls exhibition and sale. The art show includes photo-based work by Dianne Bos, James Holroyd, Franco DeFrancesca, John Folsom and Joshua Jensen-Nagle.

November 22, 2018  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related links on everything from Paul Nicklen to astrophotography that Star Trek fans will appreciate.

November 20, 2018  • 

Dawoud Bey’s Work on View in Toronto

Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto is presenting Places in History, the gallery's first solo exhibition of images by Dawoud Bey. The show coincides with the release of the artist's monograph: Seeing Deeply.

November 9, 2018  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related links on everything from Lynsey Addario's new book to gift ideas for photo buffs.

October 30, 2018  • 

Yamamoto Masao’s Microcosms Macrocosms in Toronto

Through November 17, the Stephen Bulger Gallery is presenting Yamamoto Masao's Microcosms Macrocosms, tThe first Canadian exhibition of the artist's small, hand-worked gelatin silver prints.

October 30, 2018  • 

Go to Greenland With Paul Zizka

Last year’s The World We Live In Grand-Prize winner Paul Zizka is leading two Offbeat photo tours in September 2019: Greenland Grandeur—Ilulissat and Disko Fever—Disko Island.

October 30, 2018  • 

William Notman, A Visionary Photographer: Ottawa

From November 22 through April 14, the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa is presenting Notman, Visionary Photographer. Canada’s first internationally recognized photographer, Notman had a surprisingly modern approach for a 19th-century photographer.

October 30, 2018  • 

Photography: First World War, 1914–1918

From November 10 through April 14, the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto is presenting the second part of Photography: First World War, 1914–1918.

October 29, 2018  • 

ProFusion Expo 2018

Vistek’s ProFusion Pro Imaging Expo is November 13 and 14 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in downtown Toronto. It’s a great chance to check out new products, demos, free presentations by top photographers, interactive displays and more!

October 26, 2018  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related articles for your weekend. Topics include everything from PEI cows having having photo shoots to sustainability to the role of photography in class struggle and the future of photography. Enjoy!

October 24, 2018  • 

New Memories, a Documentary on Anne Gibson

Filmmaker Michka Saäl’s documentary New Memories focuses on photographer Anne Gibson and will be presented at the Montreal International Documentary Festival.