December 20, 2016  • 

Power to the People

This winter Ryerson Image Centre and Black Artist’s Network Dialogue are presenting a series of exhibitions in Toronto called Power to the People: Photography and Video of Repression and Black Protest.

December 19, 2016  • 

Photography’s Struggle With Truth

In our December/January issue, Sam Edmonds addresses some important questions about ethics in "Objectivity or Objectification: Photography's Struggle With Truth.” Diving deep, Edmonds doesn't hesitate to nudge us to consider how we evaluate "truth" and the far-reaching impact that has on the industry and society as a whole.

December 19, 2016  • 

The New SRDx Photoshop Plug-in For Dust-and-Scratch Removal

The plug-in SRDx complements Photoshop's image-repair tools while accelerating the correction time.

December 13, 2016  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here's the photographer who took the Time photograph of Trump. Forbes had an article on the McCord Museum's Notman exhibition. (And if you'll be in Montreal before it closes on March 26, don't miss it. It's of the best photo exhibitions I've seen in a long time!) This article explains why Snapchat has lasted. Are you...

December 12, 2016  • 

Bugaboo Spire Centennial Climb Photography Exhibition

The Whyte Museum in Banff is presenting the Bugaboo Spire Centennial Climb photography exhibition including 16 images by expedition photographer Ivan Petrov.

December 5, 2016  • 

Interview With TWWLI Winner Julie Ross

If you're thinking of entering the contest, you still have time! The deadline is December 7. We interviewed another of last year's The World We Live In winners, Julie Ross, and asked her for advice on submitting to contests!

December 5, 2016  • 

Examining Female Identity Through Cyanotype Photography

Through February 27, Arts Commons in Calgary presents Seities Studio's The Photographic Blue in the Window Galleries. Highlighting contemporary cyanotype, the images in this exhibition examine different perspectives on female identity.

December 2, 2016  • 

Deck the Walls!

Through January 14, Newzones in Calgary is presenting its annual exhibition Deck the Walls. This show features small and medium-sized artwork for sale, including photo-based work by Dianne Bos, James Holroyd, Franco DeFrancesca and Joshua Jensen-Nagle.

November 30, 2016  • 

The World We Live In: Deadline Extended!

We've decided to give you all a little more time to get your images in to The World We Live In! The extended deadline is December 7 (11:59 p.m. EST), so you have an extra week to get your submission finalized.

November 30, 2016  • 

Aimia | AGO Photography Prize Winner Announced

The Art Gallery of Ontario and Aimia have announced the winner of the 2016 the Aimia|AGO Photography Prize. The $50,000 prize for contemporary photography was awarded to Ursula Schulz-Dornburg.

November 29, 2016  • 

10th Annual Sony World Photography Awards Competition

The Sony World Photography Awards competition is open to photographers of any experience level. The competition categories and approaching deadlines are coming up soon.

November 29, 2016  • 

Camera Test: Olympus PEN E-PL8

The latest model in the PEN series, the Olympus PEN E-PL8 is a very stylish compact camera with a 16-MP Micro Four Thirds sensor. The camera is available in different colours; we tested the brown version.

November 29, 2016  • 

2017 Buyers’ Guide: Now Available!

The Photo Life Buyers’ Guide 2017 is now available on newsstands or online. We know that the task of choosing the right camera gear from the multitude of options can be daunting, so we've filled the guide with advice from the pros!

November 29, 2016  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Anyone tried Google Photo Scan yet? Here's a summary of different types of film and suggestions of what to use them for. This photographer made a lens with a 3D printer. Do you agree with Time's list of the most influential photos of all time? There's a really great interactive site to explore and learn more about these images! ...