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Where is Joel now?
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Where is Joel now?

Like all good adventures, my current travels started with that subtle little trickle of a thought. A photographer friend had mentioned late last year that she was heading to the Amazon in Peru to join a Canadian foundation called Pure Art to help build houses and support the people living […]

Landscape Astrophotography
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Landscape Astrophotography

As a Landscape Astrophotographer, I have a special affinity for photographing the heart of the Milky Way.  Unfortunately, it is only visible for me during the warmer months.  With that being said, that doesn’t mean that I pack all my gear away when the temperatures reach single digits or even […]

Field Testing the OM-D E-M1 Mark II
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Field Testing the OM-D E-M1 Mark II

By Jacques Dumont The PHOTO News team had the opportunity to check out the new flagship of the Olympus line, the OM-D E-M1 Mark II, at a special product launch in Iceland. It was an excellent opportunity to experience the latest top-of-the-line product in a rugged outdoor environment that challenged […]

Porsche Road Trip
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Porsche Road Trip

In May 2016 a group of 8 friends set out on a classic Porsche road trip from San Francisco, all the way back home to Kitchener, Ontario. My role was to photograph and document the trip. Space was limited inside the classic cars, so I chose just to bring two […]

The Story of a Modern Generalist Photographer
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The Story of a Modern Generalist Photographer

The internet is teeming with advice for the next generation of professional photographers. Advice givers say developing a niche expertise early on in a pro photography career is the only way to stand out in today’s increasingly-competitive industry. But generalist photographer Floyd Dean’s career and success path shares a different […]

Why creatives should live outside of their comfort zones
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Why creatives should live outside of their comfort zones

Thoughts from Vanguard Professional Kiara Rose Scroll through portraiture photographer Kiara Rose’s portfolio and Instagram account and you’ll likely say “wow” aloud at least a few times. Kiara’s emotion-eliciting photography shares powerful people stories. The photographer, who splits time between Portland and Australia, went fulltime with her photography business just […]

The two gear essentials every photographer needs
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The two gear essentials every photographer needs

Thoughts from photographer and brand creative Bryan Minear Bryan Minear cringes when he recalls how he handled his expensive equipment in the early days of his photography, just over a decade ago. “I had a great camera and lenses sitting atop the world’s cheapest tripod,” he said. “Not only was […]

HONG KONG – What every traveller needs to know
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HONG KONG – What every traveller needs to know

The Hong Kong Tourism Board invited a team of Photo News photographers to enjoy the sights and sounds of Hong Kong. Michelle Valberg, Michael deFreitas and Kristian Bogner blogged and tweeted and instagrammed from foreign shores. A wonderful selection of their images will be featured in PHOTONews Fall 2016. Things […]

Waterfalls of North Carolina
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Waterfalls of North Carolina

I recently had the opportunity to visit The DuPont State Forrest in North Carolina after finishing up a photography workshop in Charleston, SC. Having a couple days to kill during my drive North, I decided to take a look around The North Carolina High Country. After a quick Google search […]

Underwater Model Workshop with RMEA
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Underwater Model Workshop with RMEA

A WORKSHOP CONDUCTED BY JENNA MARTIN LEARN MORE ABOUT JENNA Montana water is pretty cold in winter…and spring…and…okay actually it’s pretty cold every single day of the year. As an underwater photographer I have to admit it’s not the most ideal place for year-round shooting. But the crystal clear glacier […]