January 18, 2016  • 

William Eakin’s interest in design, history, objects’ wear and markers of time comes through in his series 24Hours, which is on view from January 21 through March 26 at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba in Brandon.

January 13, 2016  • 

Patrick Beaulieu: Meander, a Continental Drift

From January 16 to February 27, Art Mûr in Montreal is presenting Patrick Beaulieu: Meander, a Continental Drift. Navigating southern Quebec by kayak all the way to where the Hudson River reaches the Atlantic Ocean in New York, Beaulieu documenting the intersections of landscape and humanity along his route.

January 11, 2016  • 

Boundary-Pushing Contemporary Landscapes

From January 16 to 30, Newzones in Calgary is presenting a multimedia exhibition of contemporary landscapes that push boundaries and explore themes of conservation. The seven artists of Landscape X 7 are Dianne Bos (Calgary), Chaki (Toronto), John Folsom (Atlanta), Peter Hoffer (Berlin), Stuart McCall (Calgary), Don Pollack (Illinois), and Pat...

December 8, 2015  • 

5 Interesting Reads

Have you had time to read our article in the December/January issue about using prints as a way to archive your work? Here are five more reasons to make prints. Photography is about making a bunch of small decisions right. This photo project is "I Still Believe in the American Dream." What do you think about the ethics of retouching...

December 2, 2015  • 

The International Consumer Electronics Show

The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is January 6 through 9 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES offers attendees a chance to check out the newest consumer technologies and products through demonstrations and the Innovation Awards Showcase, plus there’s a conference program with more than 220 sessions and 800 speakers.

December 1, 2015  • 

Familial Expressions

From December 3 through 31, Familial Expressions will be on view at the John M. Parrott Art Gallery, on the 3rd floor of the Belleville Public Library in Belleville, Ontario. This exhibition presents Bill Bickle's photographs, which will be on sale; Ann Richardson Bickle's wildlife pastels; and Kate Bickle-Ferth's oil paintings of flowers.

November 30, 2015  • 

Canadian Wins the Prince of Wales’s Environmental Photography Awards

Canadian Ashley Wee is the overall competition winner of the Prince of Wales's Environmental Photography Awards Out of the Blue for her image Breath of Fresh Air. A biology graduate, Wee enjoys photographing nature's beauty.

November 27, 2015  • 

The World We Live In: Contest Deadline Approaching!

Have you been thinking about entering The World We Live In but just haven’t quite gotten around to it? Well, you still have a chance with a few more days to get your submissions in! Check out our list of the top ten reasons to enter The World We Live In photo contest and 12 tips for submitting if you need an extra dose of courage to give it a...

November 27, 2015  • 

Charles Matton’s Work in Toronto

Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto is featuring Charles Matton: A Photographic Survey from November 28 through January 16. This exhibition is the first to present his work in North America.

November 26, 2015  • 

5 Interesting Reads: Street Photography Edition II

Street photographer Jill Freedman shares about her work. Frequent business Jim Hofman traveller took up street photography to make the most of his time in China. Michael Ernest Sweet gives his take on some new books on street photography. Why do street photography? And here are eight female street style photographers.

November 25, 2015  • 

Barrie Wentzell: The Stories Behind the Images

In our December/January issue, Joyce Singer-D'Aprile profiled photographer Barrie Wentzell. Wentzell has spent his career photographing the biggest legends of the music industry, and he shared about his career and experiences with us in the article. And, as promised, here are the stories behind the images in the article!

November 25, 2015  • 

Red Bull Illume Image Quest

Through March 31, the Red Bull Illume Image Quest is accepting entries to the fourth edition of its sports photography contest. Judges will select the 55 best images to showcase in a night-time exhibition that will tour to cities around the world, and the Overall Winner, Category Award Winners and Athletes’ Choice Winner will receive prizes from...

November 25, 2015  • 

Test Review: Zenfolio

Catering more than 100,000 customers, Zenfolio is regarded as one of the best solutions for photographers looking to own a serious website (that is also mobile ready) without the hassles of having to design or code it themselves. A major upside of zenfolio is that it offers unlimited storage and saves photographers from finding a hosting company.

November 25, 2015  • 

How many AF points are ideal for photos of birds in flight?

My Nikon D7200 has several autofocus options, including 1 AF point, 9 AF points and 51 AF points. Which of these do you recommend for birds in flight—when I am using Continuous Autofocus—to maximize my odds of getting more sharply focused photos?

November 25, 2015  • 

Cool Gadget: Syrp Genie and Genie Mini

In the last year, I’ve found myself constantly shooting time-lapses, and one thing I wanted to experiment with was having some camera movement in my shots. Unfortunately, all of the motion-control systems I looked at that allowed precise movement over a long period of time were extremely expensive and proprietary. Then I heard about the Genie.