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February/March 2019, Vol. 44, #2Photography can be a pastime, a passion or a profession. Whatever it is for you, Photo Life is THE magazine to subscribe to. Check out a few pages of the current issue and see some of the main features below! In addition, with a subscription to the printed magazine, you’ll receive free access to Photo Life‘s digital archives so you can read your favourite back issues of Photo Life online when you want, where you want!
No Place Like Home: The Satisfaction in “Photographing Local”Can we find beauty and strong stories to tell in our own backyard without the carbon footprint, expense and time commitment of travelling beyond our own community?
In Times of Trouble: Writing Is Showing Photojournalism the Best of ItselfSince at least the age of Robert Capa, photojournalism has idolized the image of a damaged but debonair photographer bravely charging into foreign and war-torn locales, collecting hard-fought but heart-stopping images of chaos and death. In this stereotype, he is always a “he,” and he is always Western (read: white), but he is never known for his intellect.
Johanne’s Salon: Using a 16th-Century Literary Tradition to Discuss Photography TodayGuy Langevin shares about one group’s experiment in adapting the concept of the literary salon to discuss and exchange ideas about photography.
Instant Photography: Captivating A Whole New GenerationWhy is anyone—let alone seemingly everyone—interested in this most antiquated, analogue, lo-fi, not-quite-instant instant photography?
This and That
A fun mix of news, book reviews, exhibitions, the latest products and more, This and That is where you come to browse what’s going on in today’s photo culture.
Forget the awkward “white shirt and blue jeans” family portrait. For photographer Yannick Anton, capturing kinship is about intimacy and honesty.
Misadventures in Photography
This is a story of a time I was dumb and assumed Mother Nature was going to be chill. She was not.
Throughout her career, multimedia artist Shelley Niro has asked viewers to reconsider their preconceptions about identity and culture, particularly those related to representations of Indigenous peoples.
Every issue we present the top images from our Showtime photo contest. This issue’s winner is Marie-Hélène Gravel for the theme Motion.
Olympus OM-D E-M1X
It’s clear that though Olympus is excited about its 100th anniversary, the real reason for the buzz in the air is its new professional camera: the OM-D E-M1X.