Posts Tagged ‘portraits’

 

International Wedding Photographer of the Year

 •  April 2

International Wedding Photographer of the Year has announced the winners of its inaugural competition, and Canadians were well represented.

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  March 28

The collective Sara, Peter, & Tobias creates images together and their series The Merge was just recognized by the BJP International Photography...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  October 6

Have you considered raising your prices? Here's a thoughtful article on Sam Abell's practice working from the back layer to the front in...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  January 8

Get inspired with these 11 TED talks on photography! One photographer shows the evolution of photography through a portrait series. These...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  January 4

Do you agree with this critique of the photo community? Check out this 1950s-era street photography. Photographer Frank Gross has forty...

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Barrie Wentzell: The Stories Behind the Images

 •  November 25

In our December/January issue, Joyce Singer-D'Aprile profiled photographer Barrie Wentzell. Wentzell has spent his career photographing the biggest...

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Along the Pipeline Exhibition in Montreal

 •  February 24

Robert van Waarden and Garth Lenz’s Along the Pipeline photo exhibition will be on view from February 28 through March 17 at the Maison du...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  February 18

Is wet-plate collodion the next "new" thing? (Don't miss out article on it the  February/March issue.) This documentary film focuses on...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  November 26

How do you feel about black-and-white images? Number 6 on this list of portrait photography tips is something that doesn't get mentioned...

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Portraits: Personality Through Creative Forms of Documentation

 •  May 23

Portraits is a solo exhibition of Wyn Geleynse’s recent multimedia and video work. As part of an ongoing investigation of personality through...

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