December 2, 2019  • 

Jenny’s Take on the Current Issue: December/January 2020

Our December/January issue is out, and this one is one of my favourites. I mean, they're like our children, and we love them all (if we didn't, we wouldn't be publishing them!)...but this one is special. (Shh....please don't tell the other issues I said that!) So what do I like so much about this one? Well...

December 2, 2019  • 

Red Bull Illume 2019 Results

The winners of the Red Bull Illume 2019 action sports photography contest have been announced, including the overall winner, 11 category winners, and top 60 finalist images.

December 2, 2019  • 

Suggested Reading for Photography Buffs #7

Are you looking for some photography-themed books for your winter reading or for gift ideas? Here are some options that include conservationist photography, a biography of Nadar, a kid's guide to looking at images, as well as documentary and street photography.

December 2, 2019  • 

Representation, Fact and Fantasy

About Face: Photographs by Cindy Sherman, Laurie Simmons and Rachel Harrison from the Collection of Carol and David Appel is being presented at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts from December 11 through April 1. This exhibition unites images by these three prominent international female artists whose work focuses on representation and the...

December 2, 2019  • 

Deck the Walls in Calgary

Through January 11, Newzones in Calgary is presenting its Deck the Walls exhibition and sale. This annual event includes small and medium works of art, including photography—perfect for gifts for your loved ones.

November 28, 2019  • 

Offbeat’s New Business of Photography Program

OFFBEAT photo community has launched an online program for photographers who want to start earning money from their images. The program offers 15 hours of video content from Canadian photographers Viktoria Haack, Dave Brosha, Lanny Mann, Erika Jensen-Mann, John E. Marriott and Paul Zizka.

November 28, 2019  • 

Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Toronto and Victoria

The top 100 images of the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition are being presented at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto through March 29, 2020, and at the Royal B.C. Museum in Victoria from February 14 to March 29, 2020.

November 15, 2019  • 

Larry Towell: Vintage Prints

From November 9 through December 21, Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto is presenting Larry Towell: Vintage Prints, its 9th solo show of work by the acclaimed photojournalist. The retrospective will feature Towell’s archive of printed from the past 40 years, including rare images from his time at York University when he first started exploring...

November 11, 2019  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related articles from around the web on New York City photographer Jonathan Higbee, the inaugural Far North Photo Festival, how photography influences other art forms, family photography and the future of photography.

November 11, 2019  • 

The Way She Looks: A History of Female Gazes in African Portraiture

Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto is presenting The Way She Looks: A History of Female Gazes in African Portraiture through December 8. Guest curated by Sandrine Colard, this exhibition considers the history of African photographic portraiture from the perspective of women.

November 8, 2019  • 

ProFusion Expo in Toronto

Now celebrating its 10th Anniversary, Vistek’s ProFusion Expo has grown to be Canada’s largest photo/video imaging expo and big international brands are taking notice. Drawing in thousands of top professionals and budding media artists every year, the event is now being considered a critical launch pad for raising awareness of new creative...

November 7, 2019  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here are some photo-related articles from around the web on the photo essentials, the future of photography, Paul Seesequasis' archival work, social-documentary photographer Sebastião Salgado, and a photo taken by the Hubble telescope.

October 24, 2019  • 

Fujifilm’s New X-Pro3

FUJIFILM North America Corporation has announced the launch of the FUJIFILM X-Pro3, the latest rangefinder from the X Series range of mirrorless digital cameras, and perfect for photographers on the move who want top-level features, a low profile, and reliable durability.