July 24, 2017  • 

Cutline: The Photography Archives of The Globe and Mail

The Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton is featuring Cutline: The Photography Archives of The Globe and Mail through November 12. This exhibition highlights historical moments of newspaper photography during the 20th century.

July 21, 2017  • 

World Press Photo: Ottawa

The 2017 World Press Photo is now making its way to several cities in Canada! Through August 13, you can see the exhibition of winning images at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa. Other upcoming Canadian exhibition locations include Montreal, Toronto and Chicoutimi.

July 19, 2017  • 

Family: Bonds and Belonging

Through October 31, the Royal BC Museum in Victoria, B.C., is presenting the multimedia exhibition Family: Bonds and Belonging. Through photographs, everyday objects, costumes, and more, visitors are asked to expand their ideas of family

July 18, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Do you keep gaffer's tape in your photo bag? Have you been following the story about the gift of the Annie Leibovitz photographs? The Kodak Ektra "camera-first smartphone" has been launched. Here's a short history of Magnum. "What makes a superstar photographer?" (And, if you are interested in getting into collecting photography,...

July 14, 2017  • 

Beyond the Snapshot

You wake up one morning as you do every single day; the kids are getting ready for school or your spouse is dressing for work...perhaps you’re on your own, making coffee. But for the first time in years, you realize the light in this particular room is beautiful...

July 13, 2017  • 

Family Focus: Early Portrait Photograph

Through July 21, the John B. Aird Gallery in Toronto is exhibiting Family Focus: Early Portrait Photograph. Celebrating Ontario 150, the free Archives of Ontario have brought together 15 original and 45 reproduction images from daguerreotypes to cabinet card photographs.

July 11, 2017  • 

Nikon announces the new AF-P NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6E ED VR

Nikon announced the new AF-P NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6E ED VR, modernizing this popular zoom lens with a myriad of the latest Nikon technologies.

July 11, 2017  • 

Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood

Through December 10, the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Confederation with Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood.

July 7, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

A newly discovered photo suggests Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, might have survived the crash. Conservation photographer Cristina Mittermeier said, "I know that when I am a little frightened, I am in the right place." This is an encouraging story of internet kindness from a stranger. Here are some good quotes by...

July 6, 2017  • 

Worldwide WOW 2017 Winners Announced

The winners of Worldwide WOW Photo Contest were recently announced. All proceeds from this fundraiser photo contest go to support the Canadian Women’s Foundation. Congratulations to all winners!

July 5, 2017  • 

Georgia O’Keeffe and Free Black North at the AGO

Through July 20, the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto is presenting a retrospective of American painter Georgia O’Keeffe that includes photography, and through August 20, Free Black North presents 19th-century historical tintypes, cartes de visite, and cabinet cards of descendants of Black refugees to Canada.

July 4, 2017  • 

150 Years of Photography

Canada Post is celebrating the last 150 years of photography with its fifth and final stamp issue in its five-year series on Canadian photography. The five Permanent domestic stamp stamps were selected with the assistance of curators and art professionals from across Canada.

June 30, 2017  • 

Legacies 150: A Diverse Look at Canada’s Shared Journey

Legacies 150 is a new National Film Board of Canada series of interactive photo and illustration essays reflecting on legacy and inheritance a century and a half into Canadian Confederation.

June 29, 2017  • 

Canon Canada Announces Two New DSLR Cameras

Canon Canada Inc. announced the new EOS 6D Mark II and EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR cameras designed for advanced-amateur and entry-level photographers, respectively.