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Cars
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Cars

About Boris Spremo: A member of the Order of Canada, Boris is a renowned photojournalist whose photographic collages depicting life in Toronto have been featured for many years in newspapers such as The Globe and Mail and The Toronto Star as well as numerous magazines throughout North America. In 1980, I bought […]

The Camera: The Elixir of Youth
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The Camera: The Elixir of Youth

About the Author: Denes Devenyi’s solo photographic exhibition in the Vancouver Art Gallery in January 1961, “The Artist Observed”, was considered by many as one major starting point for the transformation of technology into art. Devenyi got full recognition on two continents as one of the leaders of this movement. In […]

Swimming with Whales
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Swimming with Whales

About the Author: Michelle Valberg is the founder of Valberg Imaging, Ottawa, a Canadian Nikon Ambassador, and an award-winning Canadian photographer. Renowned for her soulful portraiture, majestic wildlife and stunning landscapes, Michelle recently published her third book, Arctic Kaleidoscope: The People, Wildlife and Ever-Changing Landscape. There are places on this planet where magic happens. Places where creatures briefly congregate in dynamic, amazing, migrating communities to breed, […]

The WILD ONES
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The WILD ONES

Established in 2013, The Wild Ones Tour is an annual summer traveling workshop tour and non-profit organization set up to aid the growth of photographic artists by providing affordable education in both photographic techniques and business consulting, while providing a supportive and ongoing global community. The Wild Ones aim to […]

Snowy Sights – by Kelly VanderBeek
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Snowy Sights – by Kelly VanderBeek

About the Author Kelly is a professional photographer, television sports broadcaster and a retired Canadian Olympian, shoots from her home base in Canmore, Alberta. www.kellyvanderbeek.com Winter wonderlands, although photographically spectacular, offer an unique set of challenges on their own in order to capture an image as you see it. Here are […]

‘Perfect Image’ Syndrome by Kelly VanderBeek
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‘Perfect Image’ Syndrome by Kelly VanderBeek

About the Author: Kelly is a professional photographer, television sports broadcaster and a retired Canadian Olympian, shoots from her home base in Canmore, Alberta. www.kellyvanderbeek.com Going into situations that are ripe with visual candy (like a wedding or a scenic family vacation) can often be the most difficult to shoot. The […]

Antoine Desilets | Grand Master of Photography
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Antoine Desilets | Grand Master of Photography

Our PhotoNews team had the pleasure of visiting Antoine Desilets, his lovely wife, Jeannine, and their son, Luc, who presided over the recent publication of Antoine Desilets, Photographe, Trente ans d’images (Thirty Years of Images) from Éditions Guy Saint-Jean, a tribute to the accomplishment of the man, now 84, but […]

Stock Photography by Daryl Benson
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Stock Photography by Daryl Benson

Stock photography is icon, symbolism and humour. Nail one of those slippery labels in an image and you have a stock photograph. A picture of a lightning bolt is symbolic for power, energy, nature, electricity and heaven almighty! A picture of a lightning bolt over a barn with cows and […]

The Art of Light
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The Art of Light

In the world of haute couture, the skills of the fashion photographer and his or her team of stylists shape the trends for buyers of a wide range of products. In this fast-paced environment, image is everything, and the eye of the photographer is the key to success. We asked […]

Collecting & Knolling
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Collecting & Knolling

Winter is a good time to bring your photography indoors and focus on a subject that is close to you, but has perhaps gone unnoticed as a potential photo project – your collections! My Collection. Ever since first visiting museum archives and storage rooms as a kid I have been […]