January 11, 2019  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related links on everything from the role of White House photographers over the years to DNA and artificial intelligence.

January 9, 2019  • 

International Wedding Photographer of the Year 2018

International Wedding Photographer of the Year has announced the winners of its second annual competition. Canadians were again very well represented among the category winners and top ten lists for each category!

January 8, 2019  • 

Nikon Canada’s New NIKKOR Z 14-30mm f/4 S and Z 6 Filmmaker’s Kit

Nikon Canada Inc. has announced two new products: the NIKKOR Z 14-30mm f/4 S, the first ultra-wide zoom lens to take advantage of the amazing capabilities of the next generation Nikon Z Mount, and the Nikon Z 6 Filmmaker’s Kit. The NIKKOR Z 14-30mm f/4 S is a popular focal length for landscape, travel, event and architecture photographers.

January 8, 2019  • 

Ian Willms Selected for World Press Photo 6×6 Global Talent Program

World Press Photo Foundation has announced the six photographers from North and Central America selected to participate in the fifth edition of the 6x6 Global Talent Program: Dylan Hausthor, USA; Ian Willms, Canada; Mariceu Erthal García, Mexico; Nydia Blas, USA; Tomas Ayuso, Honduras; and Yael Esteban Martínez Velázquez, Mexico.

January 7, 2019  • 

ProGrade Digital’s New SD Dual-Slot USB 3.1, Gen. 2 Card Reader

ProGrade Digital, founded with a mission to provide the highest quality professional grade digital memory cards and workflow solutions, introduces and announces immediate availability of its newest product, the SD Dual-Slot USB 3.1, Gen. 2 Card Reader, $79.99 USD.

January 4, 2019  • 

Rojekê, One Day

Presented at Espace Mile End in Montreal through February 25, Rojekê, One Day is a photo exhibition by photographer and filmmaker Zaynê Akyol about the day-to-day lives of female Kurdish fighters of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), fighting for the independence of their people.

January 4, 2019  • 

A Brief Lesson on Cleanliness: How to Fight Filthy Fiends

A day will come when a treacherous finger will leave its greasy print on your lens. And, yes, despite all the precautions you take when changing lenses, a speck of dust will eventually succeed in breaking through your defenses and establishing residency on your sensor.

January 4, 2019  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related links on everything from Vivian Maier's work to longevity and wildlife traficking.

January 3, 2019  • 

My 2000-Year-Old Double

The Musée de la civilisation de Québec is presenting My 2000-Year-Old Double, an exhibition featuring portraits of contemporary people matched with works from Greco-Roman and Egyptian collections.

January 3, 2019  • 

Notman, Visionary Photographer: An Exhibition Not to Miss

The Canadian Museum of Historyin Ottawa is presenting Notman, Visionary Photographer until April 14.

January 3, 2019  • 

Flash Forward Emerging Photographers Competition

The Magenta Foundation is accepting submissions for the Flash Forward 2019 competition for emerging photographers though January 15. This year, the contest is open to photographers in Canada and worldwide.

January 3, 2019  • 

Wanna Go to Greenland With Paul Zizka?

Are you thinking about your travel plans for this year? Is Greenland on your bucket list? Is improving your photography one of your goals for the year? Three birds, one stone...

January 3, 2019  • 

Ryerson Image Centre’s Upcoming Exhibitions

Starting January 23, two new photography exhibitions and a video will be on view at Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto. In the Main Gallery and University Gallery, True to the Eyes: The Howard and Carole Tanenbaum Photography Collection brings together more than 200 photographs from the couple, which will be exhibited from January 23 through April 7.