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Tutorials Shooting Sports – Part 2

Shooting Sports – Part 2

If you think shooting indoors was challenging – read Shooting Sports Part 1 in PHOTONews Spring 2015 – wait until you go outside where you have absolutely no control over your shooting conditions at all.  If you are lucky, the temperature will be warm, the sun will be shining and [...]

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A Photographer’s Journey

My name is Joel Robison and I’m a 30 year old Canadian conceptual portraiture photographer from Cranbrook, British Columbia. Looking back into my photography journey, it appears that I kind of fell into it by accident. Growing up as a kid in a hockey-driven, mountain town. Cranbrook was an interesting [...]

Reviews The Tamron Trinity

The Tamron Trinity

Boldly Going Where No Company has gone before… It always gives me pause when I stop to consider the fact that Tamron introduced its 24-70mm F/2.8 VC lens in February of 2012 and that no company has managed to produce a direct competitor yet.  It was the first of its [...]

News / Photo Challenge Capture Oakville 2015 Launches with a $1000 Grand Prize

Capture Oakville 2015 Launches with a $1000 Grand Prize

By Bill Smith Capture Oakville Photography Competition returns with all new categories and a $1000 cash grand prize. This year’s categories includes Capture Oakville, to be shot within the Town of Oakville’s borders capturing the natural beauty, landscapes and seasonal ambience, The Human Character (Portrait), Textures and Impressions (the black [...]

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The Tamron Trinity
Reviews

The Tamron Trinity

Boldly Going Where No Company has gone before… It always gives me pause when I stop to consider the fact that Tamron introduced its 24-70mm F/2.8 VC lens in February of 2012 and that no company has managed to produce a direct competitor yet.  It was the first of its [...]

A Photographer’s Journey
Featured / Springboard

A Photographer’s Journey

My name is Joel Robison and I’m a 30 year old Canadian conceptual portraiture photographer from Cranbrook, British Columbia. Looking back into my photography journey, it appears that I kind of fell into it by accident. Growing up as a kid in a hockey-driven, mountain town. Cranbrook was an interesting [...]

Capture Oakville 2015 Launches with a $1000 Grand Prize
News / Photo Challenge

Capture Oakville 2015 Launches with a $1000 Grand Prize

By Bill Smith Capture Oakville Photography Competition returns with all new categories and a $1000 cash grand prize. This year’s categories includes Capture Oakville, to be shot within the Town of Oakville’s borders capturing the natural beauty, landscapes and seasonal ambience, The Human Character (Portrait), Textures and Impressions (the black [...]

Shooting Sports – Part 2
Tutorials

Shooting Sports – Part 2

If you think shooting indoors was challenging – read Shooting Sports Part 1 in PHOTONews Spring 2015 – wait until you go outside where you have absolutely no control over your shooting conditions at all.  If you are lucky, the temperature will be warm, the sun will be shining and [...]

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PhotoSensitive

The story of PhotoSensitive begins with its creators, Andrew Stawicki and Peter Robertson. They first met at the Toronto Star: Andrew, a freelance photographer, desperate for a good job and Peter, the photo editor, with a nose for talent. In physical terms, Andrew is a small man, and yet his [...]