Posts Tagged ‘film’

 

5 Interesting Reads

 •  June 3

Google Photos is a new photo-management system with generous free storage. Are you using it? Here are 10 photo-editing tips. Is film the way...

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Fountains of Spoleto, Beauty of Umbria

 •  August 27

Karen Perlmutter's Fountains of Spoleto, Beauty of Umbria will be on view in Toronto from September 11 through October 6 at the Joseph D. Carrier...

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Afghanistan Travels Documented in Photo Exhibition and Film

 •  April 28

Arsenal Contemporary Art in Toronto is presenting Wakhan, an Other Afghanistan through August 30. This multidisciplinary exhibition features work by...

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Has Film Photography Gone the Way of the Dinosaur?

 •  February 5

Has the TLR and roll film really been relegated to the status of bronze statues? In a rather ironic twist of circumstance, a friend recently...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  January 20

Here are some photos from the photographer that was aboard the stuck Antarctic Icebreaker. Speaking of...these century-old negatives were...

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Douglas Kirkland: A Life in Pictures

 •  November 20

A Life in Pictures: The Douglas Kirkland Monograph by Douglas Kirkland, © 2013, published by Glitterati Incorporated The great Canadian radio...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  October 2

Allen Murabayashi's excellent article talks about the lack of women and minorities in the photography industry. Have you ever done shot lists...

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Raw Talent 2013

 •  September 23

2012 12x12 Winner for Theme #3: Nude by Monica Chow, Marathoner #5 The 5th Annual 12x12 Vancouver Photo Marathon exhibition will be on October 12...

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What’s Your Take on Photo Clubs?

 •  July 18

Here are the results of the poll published in the April/May magazine. There's a new poll question up, so head over (to the right of this page) to...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  July 17

Greg Koch shares "How Commercial Photography Is Like Dungeons & Dragons." Montrealer Jean-François Hamelin has a photo project, Temiscamingue,...

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