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In Your Backyard – Fall Colours in Ontario
Destinations / Tutorials

In Your Backyard – Fall Colours in Ontario

Words: Colin Field | Photos: Colin Field and Mike Last Capturing the Colours When it comes to shooting landscapes in Ontario and across Canada, there is no better season than the fall. As leaves change colour, forests light up in a rainbow of reds, yellow and oranges that are incredibly […]

In Your Backyard: Killarney, Ontario
Destinations / Featured

In Your Backyard: Killarney, Ontario

In Your Backyard is a new feature for PHOTONews. We are looking to highlight some incredible locations for photography within a few hours of driving from home. Killarney, ON View Larger Map Photographic inspiration is unlimited on Georgian Bay. With wide-open expanses of water, endless shoreline and countless islands, sunrises […]

Tamron 24-70mm f2.8 VC Test Drive in Toronto
Featured / Reviews

Tamron 24-70mm f2.8 VC Test Drive in Toronto

We had the chance to take the latest Tamron 24-70mm f2.8 VC for a test drive after work yesterday on our Canon 5D Mark II around the Toronto Harbour and Coronation Park. This offering from Tamron is the world’s first mid-range F2.8 zoom lens with a vibration compensation (VC) element […]

Broncolor Seminar Video Recap
Events / Featured

Broncolor Seminar Video Recap

Our video of the Broncolor Canada lighting seminar with Urs Recher from March 29th and 30th at S1 Studios. Thanks to all of the sponsors who made it an enjoyable event in Toronto. – Headshots Rentals (Toronto) – Manfrotto Canada – Gitzo Canada – Kata Bags – Broncolor Canada

Springboard – "Parking" by Trevor Anderson
Springboard

Springboard – "Parking" by Trevor Anderson

  Parking by Trevor Anderson “It was the perfect evening, I noticed the trees reflecting in the water, so I slowed my shutter enough to smooth the water and keep the reflection.“

Long Exposure Landscape Photography
Tutorials

Long Exposure Landscape Photography

The word Photography is derived from two Greek words; photo – meaning “light” and graphy – meaning “to draw”. Enter long exposure photography in the digital age, and what better way to allow the natural light to draw the scene before you.

Autumn Leaves, Autumn Light by Norman Piluke
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Autumn Leaves, Autumn Light by Norman Piluke

For more than 30 years, the photographic art of Norman Piluke has brought the beauty of the Canadian wilderness to audiences around the world.