Boxing Week Sale at The Camera Store!

 By Ryley Smith

 

The most exciting shopping day of the year is going to be a WHOLE WEEK LONG! Oh, and it’s starting early! From December 24th until December 31st, 2020, you can shop all our terrific Boxing Day sales, both in-person and online, using our new website! Don’t forget our official Boxing Day Sales Event will also be ALL DAY on December 26th!

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Virtual Banff Mountain Film Festival Activities!

 By Ryley Smith

 

There are so many exciting activities going on! Right now, you can enjoy the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival’s 2020-21 Virtual World Tour and virtual Mountain Marketplace! Plus, the 2021 Adventure Filmmakers Workshop is open for applications!

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Last-Minute Holiday Shopping at The Camera Store!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Last-minute Christmas shopping at The Camera Store has never been easier! With our newly updated website, you can find everything online just like you would in-store! We also offer both in-store and curbside pickup to help make shopping even easier! With our extended return dates and of course MORE AMAZING DEALS, we will make your last-minute shopping fun and a breeze! 

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5 Reasons to Buy Canon at The Camera Store

 By Evelyn Drake

 

Are you still looking for an amazing photography gift or searching for something new to help kick your photography or video work into high gear?  Now is the perfect time to buy a Canon camera or lens from The Camera Store. Great deals on Canon gear plus curbside pickup options and our extended return policy, means that you can easily shop for Canon gear before Christmas.

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Photobooks at TCS in 2020

 By John Veldhoen

 

Photobooks at the Camera Store in 2020 were fewer than in previous years. I curtailed purchasing new titles as COVID-19 limited browsing. The physical transfer of photography in our favourite medium, the book, unlimited by surveillance and power, lasting and sensual, was a victim of COVID. The silver lining, if there is any, is that my purchasing focused on local books, and personal passions. I argued years ago in school that publishing is best when it follows a bottom-up model. This year, we had the honour of keeping stock of books made locally that are thrillingly world-class offerings, by young, exceptionally talented, sensitive photographers. So, in that light, this is my favourite list of books that I have published in the last seven years. 

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