April 14, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

The photography Pulitzers have been announced. Do you have some adventures planned for this spring and summer? Here are some tips on travelling with photo gear. There's a rare photo of the Titanic for sale. Is film here to stay? Cognitive control can be helped by looking at images protraying cold temperatures! Maybe we should all...

April 10, 2017  • 

New Exhibitions at the Canadian Photography Institute in Ottawa

The Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa is presenting two new photography exhibitions: Photography in Canada: 1960-2000 and PhotoLab 2: Women Speaking Art, until September.

April 3, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Jason Andrew has written a thoughtful article on the "ethics of photographer vs. muse." The U.S. Library of Congress and the Smithsonian have come together to purchase an album of photos including a previously unknown photo of Harriet Tubman, taken earlier in her life than other photos of her. And the U.S. Library of Congress acquired...

March 31, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Do you agree that Instagram is now the gateway to photography? Want some wise advice from Alex Webb? Is social media worth the investment of time? Are these mistakes holding you back from getting more clients? Have you considered collecting photography? (If so, stay tuned for an article on the subject in our June/July issue of...

March 29, 2017  • 

The World We Live In VI: The Winners

We're so excited to finally be able to announce the 22 winners of our biggest annual photo contest, The World We Live In! Open to photographers from Canada and the U.S., the sixth edition of The World We Live In offered more than $45,000 in prizes, including the latest photo equipment and a grand-prize cruise expedition for two to the Arctic.

March 28, 2017  • 

2017 Canada National Award Winners Revealed

The winners of the Canada National Awards have been announced. This competition recognizes the best single images from each country in the Sony World Photography Awards Open contest.

March 27, 2017  • 

Spark Photo Festival in Ontario

The 5th annual Spark Photo Festival is April 1 through 30 in the Northumberland, Peterborough and Kawartha Lakes regions of Ontario. Festival events include exhibitions, technical workshops, lectures, talks and films. This year, there will be 52 exhibitions on view in region.

March 27, 2017  • 

Our April/May Issue!

We’re thrilled to announce our April/May issue! In addition to showcasing the 22 winning images from our annual photo contest The World We Live In, we've also got some thought-provoking, informative and fun articles in store for you!

March 27, 2017  • 

PPOC International Photography Conference and Expo in Ottawa

PPOC’s International Photography Conference and Expo will be in Ottawa from April 28 to May 3. Activities include workshops, a photo walk, image critiques, an awards banquet and more!

March 27, 2017  • 

10 Years of NPAC!

Now celebrating its first decade, News Photographers Association of Canada is hosting its annual Photojournalism Conference from May 4 through 7 in Toronto. The weekend includes workshops, a trade show, camera clinics; and the 2016 NPOY awards and more.

March 23, 2017  • 

PhotoRepublik 4X4 Filter Holder Kit

When shooting landscapes, a drop-in filter set is always in my bag. The PhotoRepublik 4X4 Filter Kit takes the frustration out of putting a kit together, including everything you need in a single inexpensive and well-packaged kit.

March 21, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Do you agree with this perspective on street photography? This is a thoughtful article on photography and contemporary art. Try these ideas if you don't have a lot of photo workshops or development opportunities where you live. This is one photographer's story of adventures in darkroom printing. Do you know about Henyrk Ross'...

March 20, 2017  • 

Experimental Lake

Guillaume Simoneau's Experimental Lake is on view at the Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto from April 1 to May 6. This is the gallery's first solo exhibition of the Montreal-based artist's work.

March 17, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

"A Photograph Never Stands Alone." It's not all about the talent. In fact, a promising career might have more to do with the opportunities you have than the talent. Here's an article on the photographer of the Chicago Cubs. This is a fun little walk through the history of photography. How do you decide what gear is right for you?