Posts Tagged ‘Dave Brosha’

 

Our April/May 2019 Issue!

 •  March 29

We’re thrilled to share the excellent articles of the April/May issue with you! Michael Ernest Sweet covers eight reasons to attend photo events;...

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The World We Live In VIII: Our Jury

 •  March 21

We're thrilled to announce our jury for the eighth edition of our The World We Live In photo contest. In addition to Brand Image Director Harry...

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Our February/March Issue!

 •  January 31

Our February/March issue is overflowing with incredible articles. As I flip through this issue, I'm particularly struck by the beautiful mix of...

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Our October/November Issue!

 •  October 1

In the October/November issue, we have a profile on Amanda Large and Younes Bounhar, Dave Brosha's reflections on landscape photography, Maggie...

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Our August/September Issue

 •  August 1

In the August/September issue, you won't want to miss the profile on documentary photographer Charles-Frédérick Ouellet. There are also interviews...

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Our June/July Issue Is Out!

 •  June 1

The June/July issue is on newssstands, and it's great! There's an article about the benefits of being a generalist, as well as one on collaborative...

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Suggested Reading for Photography Buffs: Summer 2018 (Part 1)

 •  June 1

Are you looking for some photography-themed books for your summer reading? Here are some options that include landscape photography, photojournalism,...

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PPOC Canadian Imaging Conference and Expo

 •  March 29

The PPOC Canadian Imaging Conference and Expo is May 4 through 9 in Richmond, B.C., and Photo Life collaborator Dave Brosha is on this year’s team...

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Our February/March issue!

 •  January 26

You won't want to miss the February/March issue! This issue marks the debut of ​Photo Life​'s new look! To align with our dreams and vision for...

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Our December/January Issue!

 •  November 28

You won't want to miss the December/January issue! While working on this issue, I was particularly inspired by Jody MacDonald's article, "Welcoming...

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