To our younger photography community, do we have some news for you! Do love wildlife, and want to learn everything there is about outdoor adventure photography? How cool would it be to spend two days at the Banff Centre, during the Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival, learning from the amazing Jeremiah Marsh? Come join the Youth Adventure Photography Workshop!
The Youth Adventure Photography Workshop is for aspiring photographers, ages 15-25, who want to learn how epic and awesome outdoor wilderness and adventure photography is, while getting some wicked tips and tricks for taking amazing photos.
Now, don’t worry, you don’t have to be a pro to take this workshop. If anything, it’s better if you aren’t. This is designed for beginners, just learning the basics of photography and adventure photography, but are eager and excited to jump right in!
If I haven’t quite sold you yet, how does this sound?
This workshop includes a lunch both days at Vistas Restaurant at the Banff Centre, professional cameras for you to use thanks to Nikon, even more equipment thanks to The Camera Store, the opportunity for your photos to be displayed in a gallery at the Banff Centre, TCS swag bags and an epic two days of adventure photography!
Seriously, this is an amazing opportunity, and a great way to kick-start your passion for visual story telling in the gorgeous Rocky Mountains.
The workshop takes place on October 26th & 27th and spots are limited so sign up now!
Go to Youth Adventure Photography Workshop to get the full breakdown and to get your tickets!
In the wee hours of the morning, Olympus left us with a great surprise to wake up to. The new OM-D E-M5 Mark III! Made to be light, and fast, with the best features, so it won’t ever slow you down. Inspired by its predecessor, the E-M5 Mark II, this adventurous new camera is ready to give you pro-quality with lots of upgrades. Now let’s just see how much Olympus upgraded, with a deeper look at the OM-D E-M5 Mark III.
With all the anticipation, Nikon finally let the cat out of the bag! New to the Z mirrorless system, DX Z 50 camera, along with two new Z DX lenses – the NIKKOR Z DX 16-50 f/3.5-6.3 VR and the NIKKOR Z DX 50-250 f/4.5-6.3 VR. Small but bold, this APS-C mirrorless camera is ready to join the party, and who better else to party with but two stunning lenses?! Here is everything you need to know about all three of these new Nikon additions. Oh, and there may be some surprises, so make sure you read it all!
The a9 just got a little sibling, but there is nothing small, slow or weak about this dude. New to the Sony family is the new and improved Alpha 9 II. In a nutshell, the a9 II is made for professional photographers, specifically catering to those in sports photography and photojournalism. With many similarities to it’s elders, the a9 and a7R IV, while also having many upgraded features both inside and out, the Alpha 9 II is definitely worth taking a closer look at.
The Camera Store is very excited to add a selection of Godox lights and accessories to our rental pool. From small V1 flashes to AD-600 strobes and SL-60 constant LED video lights, The Camera Store rentals section is expanding to give you more options.