Posts Tagged ‘travel’

 

5 Interesting Reads

 •  September 28

Musician and photographer Bryan Adams has testified about copyright before the House of Commons Heritage Committee on changes to Canada’s...

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FUJIFILM’s New Travel-Friendly XF10

 •  July 19

The latest addition to the X Series lineup, the Fujifilm XF10 is a premium compact digital camera with a Fujinon 18.5 mm f/2.8 fixed lens.

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  December 1

High-school students are discovering the joy of film photography and developing images in a darkroom. Canadian documentary photographer Sara...

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Mini-Interview With TWWLI Grand-Prize Winner Arianne Clément

 •  November 24

Arianne Clement, The World We Live In VI's Grand-Prize winner, answered a few questions for us about her grand-prize expedition cruise, her work and...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  November 17

Here's an article on young Albertan photographer Josiah Launstein, who was recently recognized in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year...

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Photopolis in Halifax

 •  September 25

During the entire month of October, Photopolis: The Halifax Festival of Photography will celebrate photography through exhibitions, artist talks,...

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Iceland With Dave Brosha, Paul Zizka and Mag Hood

 •  August 10

This coming February, Dave Brosha, Paul Zizka and Mag Hood are offering two photo tours in Iceland. These workshops would be a fantastic way to...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  August 7

This article talks about how to photograph the solar eclipse. Conceptual photographer Cindy Sherman has made her Instagram account public. ...

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Kodak Photo Printer Docks

 •  June 14

Kodak has announced the compact KODAK Photo Printer Dock, which supports Android, iPhone, iPad, digital cameras and USB with convenient one-touch...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  June 12

NPR interviewed Canadian photographer Paul Nicklen. The ROM in Toronto will be free to visitors on July 1. Do you agree with this opinion...

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