December 14, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Geoff Dyer's article "The Odd, Otherwordly Glow of Fred Herzog’s Photography" is excellent! Dyer even points out that Herzog was doing colour photography before many of the other well-known colour pioneers. (And, if you like Herzog's work, don't miss our interview with him in the December/January issue!) Here are some female photographers...

December 12, 2017  • 

Pierre Dury Photo Exhibition in Repentigny

The Centre d’art Diane-Dufresne in Repentigny, Quebec, is presenting Les années libres: Pierre Dury, Photographer through January 14. Pierre Dury's photographs document the last 50 years of Quebec history

December 8, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here is the story behind the Time Person of the Year portraits. Photographer Maurice Berger reflects on race and photography. Did you know Émile Zola was also a photographer? (And he did selfies too!) The organization Women Photograph has done a lot this year! Have you seen Ryan Staley's street photography?

December 8, 2017  • 

Mini-Interview With TWWLI Winner Stephanie Foden

Stephanie Foden, The World We Live In VI’s Interconnections 3rd-prize winner, answered a couple questions for us!

December 7, 2017  • 

Photo Contests and Copyright

TWWLI VI winner Mark Margerison said, "I find it important in a competition that the photographer retain the rights to the image they have created, and you get that with Photo Life." That reminded me of how reader Jane Thomas recently asked a smart question about our policy on copyright: "What happens to the photos, once submitted?"

December 6, 2017  • 

TWWLI: Now You Can Submit Series!

This year we have added a completely new theme for series of three photographs or more. It's an open category, which means you don't need to stick to a particular theme. We wanted to add this theme because sometimes stories can best be told in multiple images.

December 5, 2017  • 

Hank Willis Thomas Wins 2017 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize

Hank Willis Thomas is the the winner of the 2017 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize. The photographer was selected by public vote to receive the $50,000 prize.

December 5, 2017  • 

New Kodak Mini Shot Instant Camera

The KODAK Mini Shot Instant Print Camera leverages 4Pass printing technology, also known as dye-sublimation, resulting in beautiful, high-quality prints. It features the world’s smallest 4Pass all-in-one cartridge for carrying convenience.

December 1, 2017  • 

5 Interesting Reads

High-school students are discovering the joy of film photography and developing images in a darkroom. Canadian documentary photographer Sara Hylton shares what she discovered in South Sudan. Ever thought of taking a photo trip to Antarctica? This article explores Pete Souza and the role of photography with U.S. presidencies. ...

December 1, 2017  • 

2018 Buyer’s Guide: Now Available!

You’ll notice from our new cover and look that we’ve changed things up a little with the Photo Life 2018 Buyer’s Guide! This year we've taken a more curated approach will help you find the right products for you and the type of photography you enjoy!

November 30, 2017  • 

Mini-Interview With TWWLI Winner Bob Gates

Bob Gates, The World We Live In VI’s Environment 3rd-prize winner, answered a couple questions for us!