“Humanity takes millions of photos every day. Why are most soforgettable?” That’s the title of an article I read last year, and it
made me think. I believe in the advent of mass online social media and
sharing of digital photography, others are thinking about it as well.
I’d like to put out a few thoughts on something related to this question
– the idea of photography and “interestingness”.
In the last few years we’ve seen still cameras start to develop very impressive video capabilities. Is there still a reason to buy a consumer camcorder? TCSTV’s Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake give their perspective, comparing the most capable consumer camcorder, Canon’s HF G30, and Sony’s RX10.
“In May 2013, I was offered the fantastic opportunity of a solo exhibition at Lougheed House Gallery during Exposure 2014. And thus began the process, and creation of Unbridled, a collection of my equine photography celebrating the essence of the horse and the spirit within.”
Unbridled is on exhibit until Sunday, March 2nd, 2014 Lougheed House Gallery
“There’s a story that when Michelangelo was asked how he created hisincredible masterpiece David he responded that he saw David in the
marble and just had to cut away everything that didn’t look like David.
Regardless of whether the story is true or not, I love the idea behind
it. A photographer has some different challenges to a sculptor but the
goal is the same – effective expression.”
Discover the breathtaking beauty of our planet and learn aboutbiodiversity by exploring seven biomes through the photography of Dr.
Roberta Bondar. Included with General Admission or Membership to TELUS Spark
The remote and rugged nature of the Milk River landscape is an international treasure. From its entry point into Alberta as the North Milk River near Whiskey Gap to its exit east of the ecological reserve at Kennedy Coulee, the shallow silty visitor travels through a sparsely populated, little disturbed, and infrequently visited part of Alberta.
Local Photographer Kyle Marquardt is showcasing a collection of Penguin Photographs at Chinook mall this winter
Food photography is the perfect storm of all the technical challenges a still-life photographer can face.
If you’re a photographer who’s not already printing your work much, maybe I’ll win you over to try it.