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Giant Digital Photography Workshops
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Giant Digital Photography Workshops

The first workshop this year, “Buttons & Knobs I”, is being offered at Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park’s visitor centre – Wednesday, May 25, 2016 (5:30-9:30 pm). This workshop is great for beginners or as a refresher or new camera owner. To register, visit Lake Superior Visits or Visit Thunder Bay “Buttons & […]

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 […]

Supreme 40F Case goes on Safari
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Supreme 40F Case goes on Safari

Being a photographer and professional guide I had a long debate as to which protective camera case I would like to join my kit.  I had to be completely happy that all my kit would safe on my safari to Gods Window and Kruger National Park in South Africa In […]

Tamron wins TIPA Award for three consecutive years
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Tamron wins TIPA Award for three consecutive years

Tamron lenses awarded with two prestigious TIPA Awards in 2016 SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F012) wins “BEST DSLR PRIME LENS” 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC (Model B018) wins “BEST ENTRY LEVEL DSLR LENS” April 18, 2016, Saitama, Japan – Tamron Co., Ltd. (President & CEO: Shiro Ajisaka), a leading […]

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 […]

Tips for Tethered Shooting
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Tips for Tethered Shooting

By Floyd Dean Tethered shooting is a method most photographers are familiar with. But many may not be aware of the various corresponding benefits available while tethered. I’ve found that, when applied correctly, tethered shooting can make things simple and effective while creating a great shot, every time. Tethered shooting […]

The World Through My Lens” Photo Challenge started on April 2!
Photo Challenge

The World Through My Lens” Photo Challenge started on April 2!

Photo Challenge – It is a travel themed contest open to all Canadian photo enthusiasts. Your assignment – to photograph the sights and scenes of your favourite destinations – your subjects could be as close as the view from your front porch or as far as the other side of […]

THE ART OF THE CINEMAGRAPH
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THE ART OF THE CINEMAGRAPH

BY CAROLINE JENSEN VANGUARD PROFESSIONAL CAROLINE JENSEN SPECIALIZES IN BLACK AND WHITE PORTRAITURE, UNIQUE MACRO WORK, AND COLORFUL LANDSCAPES. SHE IS ALSO A CMUNIVERSITY INSTRUCTOR FOR CLICKIN MOMS. LEARN MORE ABOUT CAROLINE Cinemagraphs are a study in curiosity and patience. I am generally a still photographer, but the magic of cinemagraphs caught […]

Field Test: Olympus Pen-F
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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 […]

Tamron SP 90mm F/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 VC USD Review
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Tamron SP 90mm F/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 VC USD Review

It was only 28 months ago that I was reviewing the predecessor to this lens, and my final verdict was that it was generally excellent and a strong competitor to lenses like the Canon 100mm f/2.8L IS while undercutting it significantly in price. So why, you might ask, is Tamron […]