May 2, 2018  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Here's another story of copyright infringers having no remorse. Fakery is common in wildlife photography. Can art actually make a difference in society? LensCulture interviewed Giulia Ticozzi, photo editor of Italy's newspaper La Repubblica, about building a deeper narrative. "Ottawa’s Charlie Beddoe watched D-Day unfold on...

April 30, 2018  • 

Worldwide Pinhole Day

Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day was April 26 and photographers all over the world were invited to make a pinhole photograph on that day to celebrate lens-less photography.

April 27, 2018  • 

Scotiabank Photography Award: Shelley Niro Exhibition at CONTACT

The work of 2017 Scotiabank Photography Award winner Shelley Niro is on view at the Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto from April 27 through August 5.

April 27, 2018  • 

Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival

Throughout the month of May, Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival in Toronto is presenting exhibitions with work by more than 1500 Canadian and international artists as well as an extensive programme of workshops, panel discussions, lectures, talks, panels, symposiums, portfolio reviews, site-specific public art projects and more!

April 25, 2018  • 

Canadian Photography Institute

From May 4 through September 16, the Canadian Photography Institute (CPI) in Ottawa has as presenting Fifty Years of Collecting Photographs: The Extended Moment. The National Gallery of Canada began collecting photography in 1967 at a time when few museums recognized photography as a fine art.

April 24, 2018  • 

Fusion 2018: The Craft Behind the Image

Fusion 2018 is coming up on May 5 in River Rock Casino Resort in Richmond, B.C. This full day of inspiration includes speakers, onstage demos and an expo—and Dina Goldstein is one of this year's speakers!

April 23, 2018  • 

TIPA World Awards

Since 1991, TIPA members have voted annually on the best photo products released on the market during the previous 12 months. Photo Life is a proud member of TIPA, and we were at the meeting in Portugal earlier this month.

April 23, 2018  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Pierre Elliot Trudeau taught photographer Peter Bregg how to use chopsticks; an article on Michel Huneault's virtual-reality photography project, Roxham; Todd Webb's photography; Anjali Pinto has been using photography as a way to grieve the loss of her husband; photographer Amanda de Cadenet about gender inequality in fashion photography.

April 20, 2018  • 

Canadian Samuel Bolduc Named SWPA Student Photographer of the Year

The World Photography Organisation (WPO) has announced the winners of the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards. Congratulations to Canadian Samuel Bolduc, who was named Student Photographer of the Year!

April 11, 2018  • 

Capturing Light and Shadows Day

The Greater Toronto Council of Camera Clubs’ Capturing Light and Shadows Day is April 21 in Markham, Ontario. The day will focus on two themes this year: portraiture and wildlife images. Two keynote speakers will cover the topics and how to shoot these types of images.

April 10, 2018  • 

Stephen Bulger Gallery Exhibitions

The Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto is featuring Bruno Barbey: Witness of Things Past through April 14 and Sunil Gupta: Friends and Lovers, Coming Out in Montreal in the ’70s from April 21 through May 26.