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HONG KONG – What every traveller needs to know
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HONG KONG – What every traveller needs to know

The Hong Kong Tourism Board invited a team of Photo News photographers to enjoy the sights and sounds of Hong Kong. Michelle Valberg, Michael deFreitas and Kristian Bogner blogged and tweeted and instagrammed from foreign shores. A wonderful selection of their images will be featured in PHOTONews Fall 2016. Things […]

Hit the Road! by Luc Villeneuve
Destinations / Featured

Hit the Road! by Luc Villeneuve

The big day has arrived and it is a dream come true – you are leaving for a photo safari in Africa! The anticipation of the trip has consumed your thoughts for months. You have revised your list of photo gear over and over, planning for every need and every […]

Alija Bos's Tamron 18-270mm Adventure
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Alija Bos's Tamron 18-270mm Adventure

By Alija Bos – www.alijabos.com Tamron 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC Super Zoom lens tested on a Nikon D300 The lens offers a 27mm equivalent wideangle to a 405mm equivalent telephoto zoom. This is an incredible range for such a small portable lens. The lens weighs in at only 560 […]

In Your Backyard: Killarney, Ontario
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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 […]

PHOTONews Links – Winter 2011
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PHOTONews Links – Winter 2011

The comprehensive list of links from the Winter 2011 edition of PHOTONews magazine

The Pantanal – Brazil's Wildlife Paradise
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The Pantanal – Brazil's Wildlife Paradise

In 1913, after two terms as the president of the United States, Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, an avid hunter, explorer, and naturalist, decided to take on the most dangerous adventure of his life – to explore and map the course of the Rio da Duvida (River of Doubt) through the Pantanal […]

Gearing Up for Photo Adventures
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Gearing Up for Photo Adventures

As a professional photographer, I work with cameras and lighting every day. Corporate assignments, portraiture, weddings, Bar-Mitzvahs, commercial photography, schools – no subject is too complex – or too simple

Gadgets for Outdoor Photographers
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Gadgets for Outdoor Photographers

As Photographers we tend to be a gadget-oriented group. We buy the latest and greatest advertised gadget, accessory, lens or camera with hopes that it will better our craft.

Michael Willems' Top Ten Travel Tips for 'Togs
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Michael Willems' Top Ten Travel Tips for 'Togs

It is summer, and while we in Canada do not yet get the same kind of holidays Europeans do (30+ days of vacation a year plus public holidays is the norm – I used to get 38 days plus, when I worked in Europe), many of us will nonetheless head […]

Antarctica – the Crystal Desert by Wayne Lynch
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Antarctica – the Crystal Desert by Wayne Lynch

Antarctica is a continent of superlatives. It’s the coldest, windiest, driest, iciest, and highest continent on Earth, surrounded by the stormiest ocean in the world. But Antarctica is more than a list of intimidating adjectives.