July 19, 2018  • 

FUJIFILM’s New Travel-Friendly XF10

The latest addition to the X Series lineup, the Fujifilm XF10 is a premium compact digital camera with a Fujinon 18.5 mm f/2.8 fixed lens.

July 12, 2018  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Photographer Eduardo Asenjo Matus uses long-exposure photography to communicate what his hearing loss is like. Here is the story of how Alan Dyer's photograph came to be on a new Canadian stamp. Are you familiar with Todd Hido's photography? Photographer Kurt Bradley photographed Le Mans for his bucket list. Teju Cole has a...

July 10, 2018  • 

Nikon’s New Superzoom COOLPIX P1000

Nikon Canada Inc. announced the COOLPIX P1000, with a 125x optical zoom. The P1000 is the ideal companion camera for birding, sports, wildlife and celestial-photographers seeking superior performance from extreme distances.

July 10, 2018  • 

Women in Photography

Jill Greenberg recently gave a Ted Talk on women in photography. Her initiative Alreadymade showcases a group of extremely experienced, talented female photographers working in entertainment and advertising.

July 9, 2018  • 

New Photography Stamps

Canada Post has released two new Permanent domestic stamps with photographs taken by Canadians to mark the 150th anniversary of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Matt Quinn’s image of the Milky Way was made in Bruce Peninsula National Park in Ontario, and Alan Dyer’s northern lights photo was shot in Churchill, Manitoba.

July 6, 2018  • 

5 Interesting Reads

500px has shut down its stock-photo platform and no longer allows photographers to license their work under Creative Commons license. Here's a look at Lisette Model's street photography. As you might have seen, Audrey Sands—one of just-announced recipients of the CPI Reasearch Fellowship Program—will be studying Model's teaching and...

July 4, 2018  • 

Canadian Photography Institute Research Fellows

The National Gallery of Canada's Canadian Photography Institute has announced the recipients of the 2018 Research Fellowship Program. The program was established last year, and recipients receive $10,000 each to support their projects as well as a full-time residency at the National Gallery.

July 3, 2018  • 

Land Use: A Group Photo Exhibition in Toronto

From July 21 through September 8, Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto is presenting Land Use. Focusing of the work of artists who explore nature in their images, this group exhibition features the work of Robert Burley, Dana Fritz, Geoffrey James, and Jamey Stillings.

June 29, 2018  • 

World Press Photo 2018: Ottawa

The 2018 World Press Photo exhibition is now making its way to several cities in Canada! From July 20 through August 12, you can see the winning images at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa.