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August/September 2019, Vol. 44, #5Photography 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!
The Great Connector: Thelma Pepper Refuses to Let the “Ordinary Women” of Saskatchewan Be ForgottenIn 1980, 60-year-old biologist and botanist Thelma Pepper bought her first camera. Nearly four decades later, Pepper has been extensively recognized for her composite panoramas and her intimate portraits of those who might otherwise be forgotten.
Where to Shoot & Get a Slice: A Photographer’s Guide to New York CityNew York City is on many people’s travel-destination lists, so we decided to create a photographer’s guide for visiting the city.
Again and Again: Revisiting Locations for Stronger PhotographsTwelve years into my photographic journey, I’ve started to realize something: my images are more meaningful when they’re from places I return to time and time again.
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.
The Indigenous Archival Photo
Willow Cree writer Paul Seesequasis dives into local and national archives to bring forward images of everyday Indigenous life from the last century.
Pianist, composer, music journalist, radio producer, broadcaster, record producer, music director, interviewer and more, Bill King has built a remarkable career in the music industry.
Every issue we present the top images from our Showtime photo contest
Return From the Dead
The first protocol in adventure travel is to have a protocol. Every adventurer knows this. There’s a set of semi-official “rules” you play by when you’re doing anything with even a small dollop of risk associated with it.
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