Category: Events

What’s Involved in Mounting a Major Show?

 By Bill Peters

 

Earlier this year I was offered the unprecedented opportunity to show work that I’d been doing for a decade at the Bay Model Visitor Center in Sausalito, California. The Bay Model is a spectacular 1.5-acre indoor hydraulic model of San Francisco Bay. Opened in 1957, this giant model of the Bay was used to evaluate plans to dam or otherwise alter the Bay until digital computers took over this task around the year 2000. Today it is an educational attraction. It also has a wonderful, high ceiling exhibit hall that has become the major public art gallery for Marin County, the county just north of San Francisco across the Golden Gate Bridge.

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Real-Time Eye AF Firmware Update for Sony RX 10 IV!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Sony RX 10 IV camera users! If you haven’t heard yet, Sony released Firmware Update 2.00, letting you finally use advanced real-time Eye AF for Animals on your camera! This new machine-learning-driven focusing system, and enables Eye-Af activation though a half-press of the shutter, giving you, even more, shooting opportunities!

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INDIAN. RELAY. Remounted at The Peanut Gallery

 By Ryley Smith

 

The beautiful exhibition INDIAN. RELAY. has been remounted at The Peanut Gallery. Presented by Julie Vincent and Jason Lawrence, or collectively, J&J Lawrence Photography, this stunning photographic exhibition gives you an intimate look into the original sport of Indian Relay.

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Sony Be Alpha Event

 By Ryley Smith

 

Do you know what speed skating, dancers and dogs, Todd Korol, Sony and The Camera Store all have in common? The Sony Be Alpha event! One incredible Sunday of photographing at the Olympic Oval, thanks to Sony. What better way to celebrate the last day of summer than to shoot in the hot sun, with the leaves changing colour, super talented dancers and absolutely adorable dog models, then cooling down inside the Oval to watch an incredibly fast long track speed skating competition. It was a jam-packed day, and I’ve barely scratched the surface of how awesome it was!

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Dave Brosha – A Photographer With No Limits

 By Ryley Smith

All Photos Courtesy of Dave Brosha

One of the most freeing aspects of photography is that you can literally shoot whatever your heart wants. Whatever feeds your soul, motivates your creativity, no matter how out-of-the-box it may be. This however, can also be the most daunting. As with many things in life, it is easy to get stuck in your comfort zone, limiting your potential and sacrificing your imagination. One photographer who will not confine his inspiration or limit himself to any particular label, who fully embraces total creative freedom, and truly believes in visual storytelling, is Dave Brosha

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