Photo Life Magazine
April/May 2020, Vol. 45, #3We’re happy to announce our April/May issue! If you are looking for creative project ideas, there’s a how-to on using freelensing and creative blur to communicate mood. We’ve got the story of one photographer’s journey to becoming a freelance photographer, and 15 practical tips for taking the leap yourself. Plus, there’s an article on the Far North Photo Festival, an interview with Raymonde April, tricks of the trade, and more!
The Switch Up: Leaping Into Freelance PhotographyThere is no road map to becoming a freelance photographer. The steps needed to make a leap into a full-time creative field are different for all of us.
The Far North Photo Festival: Celebrating the Circumpolar North RegionsA new photography festival in the Northwest Territories has the double mandate of strengthening community visual literacy and raising the profile of promising and talented image-makers from the circumpolar North regions.
Excerpts From Our Interview With Raymonde AprilInspired by literature and film, Raymonde April’s images have been presented in many Canadian and international exhibitions and are included in numerous public collections.
Blurred Lines: Embracing the Art of ImperfectionDo you want to experiment with expressing mood through blur? Are you ready to try something different with your shooting approach? Are you open to leaving some things to chance? Okay, let’s talk about freelensing!
Making the Leap: 15 Tips for Entering the World of FreelanceHere are 15 tips to help smooth out the bumps and ensure that the leap of faith leads to the freedom and flexibility you deserve.
Olympus Om-D e-M1 Mark III: Made for a hard-knock lifeStanding in the middle of a rainforest in Costa Rica, I could feel the sweat beading up on my forehead as I scanned the trees before me. Then I saw him! Hardly bigger than the camera I was holding.
This and That
A fun mix of news, book reviews, exhibitions, the latest products and more, This and That is where you come to browse what’s going on in today’s photo culture.
Showtime: Every Day Life
Every issue we present the top images from our Showtime photo contest
Tricks of the Trade: Anticipation
Perhaps creative skill sets should—at least at times—take centre stage and greater importance in our development?