October 2, 2017  • 

Zoom Photo Festival Saguenay

Zoom Photo Festival Saguenay is October 18 through November 12. In addition to the World Press Photo 2017 exhibition, you can see seventeen other photo exhibitions, including exhibitions of work by Renaud Philippe, Amber Bracken, Nam Phi Dang, Chloë Ellingson and the News Photographers Association of Canada.

September 29, 2017  • 

Our October/November Issue!

You won't want to miss the October/November issue! We had a great time putting it together, but I am particularly thankful for having had the chance to get to know Anne Gibson while writing the article on her. Anne is an excellent photographer—and also a kind, thoughtful, and warm person. Her enthusiasm and generosity of spirit come right...

September 29, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Check out Photo Life collaborator Laurence Butet-Roch's article "The Evolution of Fashion Photography" for The New York Times Lens Blog. Finbarr O’Reilly explained to the Ottawa Citizen, “It’s a very rare photograph that will change the course of history. What photojournalism does is valuable. But I wanted it to do more. Perhaps...

September 28, 2017  • 

World Press Photo: Toronto

The 2017 World Press Photo exhibition has begun its tour to several cities in Canada. Recently in Ottawa and Montreal, the exhibition is heading to Toronto at the Brookfield Place, Allen Lambert Galleria, on view October 3 through 24.

September 27, 2017  • 

The Whyte Museum: Canada 150 and This Wild Spirit

Through October 15, the Whyte Museum in Banff is presenting the multimedia exhibition This Wild Spirit: Women in the Rocky Mountains of Canada and Banff Reflections: 150 Years and Counting, which is part of the Canada 150 celebration.

September 26, 2017  • 

ViewPoint Gallery Showcase in Halifax

From October 5 through 29, ViewPoint Gallery in Halifax is presenting the group exhibition Showcase in conjunction with Photopolis Festival and Nocturne.

September 25, 2017  • 

Photopolis in Halifax

During the entire month of October, Photopolis: The Halifax Festival of Photography will celebrate photography through exhibitions, artist talks, workshops and more! This year the festival will present 40 exhibitions and more than 35 events across the city.

September 22, 2017  • 

Profoto Canada A1 Launch in Toronto!

On Thursday, September 28, Profoto Canada will launch the new A1 in Toronto. There'll be demo sessions with fashion photographer Miguel Jacob and wedding photographer Raph Nogal, a Q&A, prizes, and more!

September 21, 2017  • 

Test Review: Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II

The new Olympus ­Micro Four Thirds flagship is impressive. With a weatherproofed ­magnesium-alloy body, this compact, light camera can play hard on any terrain.

September 20, 2017  • 

Flash Photographic Festival in Winnipeg

Throughout the month of October, the Flash Photographic Festival in Winnipeg will feature a photographic work by Winnipeg artists in galleries, cafés, shops, and public spaces.

September 19, 2017  • 

Profoto A1

The Profoto A1 might be the smallest flash we’ve ever made, but it’s still built to the same impossibly high standards we’ve set ourselves over the last fifty years. The A1 delivers light that’s both natural and beautiful with a pleasing soft-smooth fall-off that blends seamlessly with the ambient light.

September 18, 2017  • 

Mini-Interview With TWWLI Winner Lung Liu

Lung Liu, Humanity 3rd-prize winner of TWWLI VI, shared his thoughts with us about entering The World We Live in photo contest! "It's a great way to start a conversation..."

September 15, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

The monkey-selfie copyright case has been settled! This photo mural by French artist JR makes a big statement at the Mexican-U.S. border. Photo Life collaborator Michael Ernest Sweet shared his reflections on street photography in the Huffington Post. Photographer William Eggleston is releasing his first album, Musik, at ag 78. ...

September 14, 2017  • 


At the McCord Museum in Montreal through November 12, Jayce Salloum’s Location/Dis-location(s): Beyond the Pale explores identity, (trans)nationalism, disputed borders and integration through personal and public photo archives.