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A Photographer's Journey
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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 […]

Racing the Lights
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Racing the Lights

As you can imagine, living at 42.9837° N in London, Ontario, Canada doesn’t give me much of an opportunity to see the lights. And on the rare occasions that they do happen, I have to compete with cloud cover, moonlight and bright city lights. But that’s what makes it so fun! If […]

A Modern Day Pompeii
Destinations

A Modern Day Pompeii

Somewhere down in the Eastern Carribbean exists a tiny little island named Montserrat. It is a place of exotic beauty where everyone makes you feel as though you have come home. The mountains are lush with green, the unique black sand beaches are lapped with clear blue water and the […]

Into a Rain Forest
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Into a Rain Forest

A few weeks before departing for my photography expedition to Costa Rica, I pondered the idea of trying something a little bit different. For me this was tough as I would hate to get so far away and be unhappy with the gear I chose for the trip. I decided […]

Antarctica – Sensory Overload
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Antarctica – Sensory Overload

I knew what I was supposed to be doing. I knew what I was there for. But I couldn’t bring myself to do the job for which I’d travelled 3200 nautical miles and across three continents for. My cameras and equipment—the tools of my trade—hung loosely at my side. My […]

Breast Cancer Diagnosis Inspires Photographer
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Breast Cancer Diagnosis Inspires Photographer

I had heard it all before, “Life is too short…follow your passion…use your time wisely by doing things that inspire you…be the best person you can be.” Generally, a feeling of invincibility made those comments go in one ear and out the other but when you find out you have […]

Shetland – One of Europe’s Last Wildernesses
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Shetland – One of Europe’s Last Wildernesses

Travel around Scotland provides amazing photo opportunities with the awe-inspiring castles, well preserved and accessible ancient ruins, and summer festivals. However a trip to the Shetland Islands (also known as Shetland) is a nature photographer’s dream come true! So last summer my wife and I boarded the Northlink Ferry that […]

Submissions Now Open for Broncolor Gen NEXT Contest 2015
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Submissions Now Open for Broncolor Gen NEXT Contest 2015

ARE YOU THE FUTURE OF PHOTOGRAPHY? If you are a young and talented photographer under 30 years of age seeking to push your career to the next level, enter broncolor Gen NEXT contest and stand the chance to win a broncolor sponsorship. This includes broncolor gear worth $24,000. Click here […]

Captures the Theatrical Emotion in Action
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Captures the Theatrical Emotion in Action

Pierre Manning – Captures the Theatrical Emotion in Action © Cirque du Soleil Cirque du Soleil – Behind the Scenes: http://youtu.be/sZyiolfcunk Pierre Manning is one of seven photographers at Shoot Studio in Montreal who’s clients consist of Air Canada, Bell, Canada Post, Molson and Cirque du Soleil to name a few. Pierre […]

Living in a Movie – Cinematic street photography
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Living in a Movie – Cinematic street photography

About the Author: Maxime Plantady  (www.maximeplantady.com) Being a tourist in your own city After 10 years of living at the same place in France, I was not really inspired to take pictures of my own city. After a while, I think it’s natural to stop noticing small details. You simply get […]