In the Magazine

 

Happy Holidays!

 •  December 19

Thank you for your support and readership! We’ve had so much fun making this past year’s issues, and we hope you’ve enjoyed them too! 2020 is...

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Jenny’s Take on the Current Issue: December/January 2020

 •  December 2

Our December/January issue is out, and this one is one of my favourites. I mean, they're like our children, and we love them all (if we didn't, we...

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Our October/November Issue

 •  September 27

We’re excited about all the great content in the October/November issue! We have tips on avoiding and recovering from rejection, and we explore how...

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Our Interview With Dianne Bos

 •  July 16

In the June/July 2019 issue, there's an excellent Wisdom, Wit and Other Tidbits interview with photo-based artist Dianne Bos. Here are two videos...

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The World We Live In VIII: Contest Results!

 •  May 27

Thank you to all the participants of this special eighth edition of our The World We Live In photo contest, in collaboration with Simons. We loved...

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Our June/July Issue!

 •  May 27

In our June/July issue, we announce the results of The World We Live In photo contest; there are articles on the evolution of style; how to prepare...

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More on Photojournalist Leah Hennel

 •  May 10

If you were inspired by Leah Hennel's work in our April/May issue and would like to hear more from this amazing photographer, you'll want to check...

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Our April/May 2019 Issue!

 •  March 29

We’re thrilled to share the excellent articles of the April/May issue with you! Michael Ernest Sweet covers eight reasons to attend photo events;...

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Matador Camera Base Layer

 •  March 19

Most of the time I prefer carrying my camera in my regular backpack. To protect it a bit without adding too much bulk, I’d been covering it in a...

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The Youngest Subscriber

 •  March 6

At a photo expo last fall, Guy and I were chatting with people who stopped by the Photo Life booth when I glanced over to my left and saw a little...

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