Editor’s Choice

Field Test: Olympus Pen-F
Editor's Choice

Field Test: Olympus Pen-F

The PHOTO News team had the opportunity to check out the new Olympus Pen-F at a special product launch in Texas… it was an excellent opportunity to experience the latest in creative technology in a setting steeped in history. The PEN-F is a compact system camera that combines cutting-edge digital […]

Columbia Wetlands Waterbird Survey
Springboard

Columbia Wetlands Waterbird Survey

Inspiring science Story and Photos by Rachel Darvill With a spotting scope, binoculars and notebook in their pocket, a pair of volunteers slowly walk to their observation point in the cold misty light of spring. Quiet so as to not disturb the waterbirds, the volunteers set up their spotting scope […]

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Destinations

Hi Montreal

Montreal is a city where Canadians feel as foreigners and Europeans at home, an island where sometimes you feel yourself in a North American suburb, other times on a busy New York Avenue, and others in a small town in the north of France. And yes, there are the politics […]

A Year of Celebrations!
Editor's Choice / News

A Year of Celebrations!

This issue marks the 25th Anniversary of PHOTO News – a milestone that we are very proud to share with more than 100,000 readers across Canada. Over the years, we have grown from a quarterly newsletter into the largest circulated photo enthusiast magazine ever published in Canada – and we […]

Michael H. Davies' Studio in the North
Editor's Choice / Featured

Michael H. Davies' Studio in the North

Passion drives art, the sort of passion that compels someone living in the Canadian Arctic to go out in -40º during the two and a half hour daylight, 50km south of the arctic circle, knowing that you may not get the shot you want. Michael Davies has all kinds of […]

No two are alike
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No two are alike

How many stars are there in our Universe?  How many grains of sand are there on Earth?  These are common questions that people ask.  But one that is seldom heard is, “How many snowflakes are created each year?”  I wouldn’t even attempt to answer that regarding even just a handful […]

Chasing the Aurora – An Amateur's Perspective
Editor's Choice / Inspiration

Chasing the Aurora – An Amateur's Perspective

When most Albertans go to sleep I am usually checking the current geomagnetic data – I am chasing the northern lights, also known as aurora borealis. Around Edmonton auroras are visible approximately 40 times a year, even more so further north. When I came to Canada I thought auroras can […]

What's in my bag: A Travel Photography Gear Guide
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What's in my bag: A Travel Photography Gear Guide

See the original post here. LEARN MORE ABOUT KRISTIN For the last four months, I’ve been travelling around northern Europe shooting some of the most spectacular landscapes in the world. Nearly every waking moment has been consumed by planning shoot locations, re-planning those shoots when the weather doesn’t cooperate (which […]

Montreal's Metro – The Beauty Below
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Montreal's Metro – The Beauty Below

What began as an academic project exploring the world of architecture photography has grown into an all-out personal obsession with the Metros of the world. Jean Talon Day in and day out, I traveled Montreal’s Metro to and from school, observing the same stations from the same perspectives – a […]

A Shot in the Dark
Editor's Choice / Springboard

A Shot in the Dark

Truly dark skies are found in fewer and fewer locations on Earth. That is one of the reasons that I have become a Landscape Astrophotographer. Photographing the beauty of our night skies gives me the chance to share the beauty with people. Also, it helps to raise awareness to the […]