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PERFECT TRAVEL COMPANIONS
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PERFECT TRAVEL COMPANIONS

Recently, Vanguard Professional Elizabeth Gadd dropped us a line.  We were happy to hear that she’s been loving a particular couple of products we offer, as they especially came in handy on her recent trips to Medicine Lake and Brandywine Falls, BC. In her own words… “Absolutely loving the Sedona backpack! […]

How to Photograph Holiday Decorations
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How to Photograph Holiday Decorations

With mixed light sources and reflective, delicate materials, capturing the holidays can be difficult for a photographer – learn how to photograph holiday decorations with this  in-depth guide. Holiday decorations often inspire photographers to record their beauty but… >> Read the article in PDF

Long Exposure Photography
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Long Exposure Photography

WITH VANGUARD PROFESSIONAL UROS PODLOGAR >> LEARN MORE ABOUT UROS Long exposure photography produces stunning photos. It imparts a feeling of movement and mystique in photos. No special or expensive photo gear is needed for long exposure photography. It is a demanding, although not the most demanding type of photography. The […]

2015 Giant Digital Photography Workshops
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2015 Giant Digital Photography Workshops

Ontario Parks (Northwest Zone) have been running the Giant Digital Photography Workshops here in the Thunder Bay area and region for seven years now in partnership with local pro photographer BarryWojciechowskiPhotography and Lois Nuttall of LakeSuperiorVisits. The next photography workshop is Fall Colours Weekend Workshop (Sept. 25-27) at Sleeping Giant Provincial […]

Showbiz Challenge
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Showbiz Challenge

In the Winter 2014/2015 issue of PHOTO News, Michel Roy describes the techniques of photographing live performances. Your challenge is to capture an image that conveys the concept “That’s Entertainment!” You may photograph (with permission from the producers, of course) live performances at a theatre or public event, school plays, […]

Capture Oakville 2014 Launches with a $1000 Grand Prize
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Capture Oakville 2014 Launches with a $1000 Grand Prize

Capture Oakville Photography Competition returns with all new categories and a $1000 cash grand prize. “We’re really excited about Capture Oakville this year with great categories including the namesake of the competition Capture Oakville, Portrait, Tell a Story, Black and White, Motion, Smartphoneography, and Film and polaroid, “ said Oakville […]

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 […]

Review of the Tamron 90mm F/2.8 Macro VC USD by Gordon Brown
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Review of the Tamron 90mm F/2.8 Macro VC USD by Gordon Brown

Water Drop Art – Blending Science, engineering, art and photography. About the Author: Gordon is a full time telecom engineer, father of 5, and amateur photographer currently residing in DDO Quebec. To see more of his work you can visit his flickr page at https://www.flickr.com/photos/99261386@N04/ After winning the Spring 2014 […]

Photoflex RockSteady Sandbags – Save Weight on Location
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Photoflex RockSteady Sandbags – Save Weight on Location

For photographers working on location, anything to save weight is welcome advice. Cameras, lenses, lights, stands. The list goes on and the bags are endless. On a recent shoot with Trevor, we needed to shed a few pounds to get into the location. Enter the Photoflex RockSteady. Photoflex constructed this […]

In Your Backyard – Fall Colours in Ontario
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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 […]