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Review of the Tamron 90mm F/2.8 Macro VC USD by Gordon Brown
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Review of the Tamron 90mm F/2.8 Macro VC USD by Gordon Brown

Water Drop Art – Blending Science, engineering, art and photography. About the Author: Gordon is a full time telecom engineer, father of 5, and amateur photographer currently residing in DDO Quebec. To see more of his work you can visit his flickr page at https://www.flickr.com/photos/99261386@N04/ After winning the Spring 2014 [...]

Photoflex RockSteady Sandbags – Save Weight on Location
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Photoflex RockSteady Sandbags – Save Weight on Location

For photographers working on location, anything to save weight is welcome advice. Cameras, lenses, lights, stands. The list goes on and the bags are endless. On a recent shoot with Trevor, we needed to shed a few pounds to get into the location. Enter the Photoflex RockSteady. Photoflex constructed this [...]

In Your Backyard – Fall Colours in Ontario
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In Your Backyard – Fall Colours in Ontario

Words: Colin Field | Photos: Colin Field and Mike Last Capturing the Colours When it comes to shooting landscapes in Ontario and across Canada, there is no better season than the fall. As leaves change colour, forests light up in a rainbow of reds, yellow and oranges that are incredibly [...]

Hit the Road! by Luc Villeneuve
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Hit the Road! by Luc Villeneuve

The big day has arrived and it is a dream come true – you are leaving for a photo safari in Africa! The anticipation of the trip has consumed your thoughts for months. You have revised your list of photo gear over and over, planning for every need and every [...]

World Pinhole Day – April 29, 2012
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World Pinhole Day – April 29, 2012

Apparently it is Worldwide Pinhole Day on April 29th, 2012. Be sure to check out http://www.pinholeday.org/ for more info. Never heard of Pinhole’s? A pinhole camera is essentially the most manual camera you’ve ever used. One aperture, a manual shutter and no viewfinder. Focus need not apply. It’s just a [...]