Posts by: Ryley Smith

The Print. When a Picture Becomes a Photograph

 By Ryley Smith

 

Printing at home may seem like a big project, but it’s actually quite easy. All you need is a printer plugged into a computer, some paper, and the excitement to print! The Camera Store’s, Julian Ferreira, has printed thousands of photos at home, and he has some inspirational tips to get you excited to print, plus we have a 1-Week Canon Printer Sale from June 19-26! Learn how Julian takes a picture and turns it into a photograph!

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Print Your Travels With Canon!

 By Ryley Smith

 

We can all agree that we could use a vacation right about now, but unfortunately, travelling isn’t an option yet. Luckily there is a fun alternative: printing your travel photos! There is something super satisfying and entertaining about printing photos from a gorgeous Canon printer. With the Canon Pro-100, Canon Pro-10 and Canon Pro-1000, which are on a 1-Week Canon Printer Sale from June 19-26, you can find the perfect high-quality printer for all your travel photos! 

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All-in-One Zoom: Tamron 28-200mm f2.8-5.6!

 By Ryley Smith

 

If you haven’t heard the news yet, Tamron has announced the world’s first* 28-200mm F2.8-5.6 all-in-one-zoom! This remarkable lens for Sony E-mount takes the convenience of an all-in-one zoom and adds the fast-maximum aperture of an F2.8, to create superb image quality and enhanced photographic application. With Tamron’s strong reputation for amazing quality, this zoom lens writes a new chapter in the history of the all-in-one zoom lens.

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Interview With Nikon Wildlife Photographer, Frank Scott!

 By Ryley Smith

 

As parks open back up and the weather gets better, just like the wildlife of Canada, we are emerging out of hibernation. To get the excitement flowing, I had the amazing opportunity to have a phone interview with Nikon photographer Frank Scott! Frank has seen tons of wildlife from all kinds of interesting places, but to bring things back home I interviewed him all about Wildlife Photography in Canada.

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