Category: Events

Salon Series: George Webber on Vivian Maier

 By Ryley Smith


The mysterious and ever-infatuating Vivian Maier brought back to life through stories by renowned Calgary photographer George Webber. Spend an intimate evening discussing the photographic endeavours of Vivian Maier, including a little-known story about the time Maier took a photograph here in Calgary. 

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The Importance of Digital Asset Management

 By Todd Korol

 

Digital assets are the photographer’s most valuable resource. As your portfolio continues to grow, you need to be able to find, process, caption and store your images. This requires having a system in place to organize your digital files.

There is nothing worse for a photographer when they cannot find an image. Or when a simple hard drive goes down and thousands of images can be lost. This wastes your time trying to find images if you can and could cost the working photographer money.

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Start The New Year With Photography Classes!

 By Ryley Smith

 

With New Year’s comes New Year’s Resolutions. Start 2020 with amazing photography classes offered by your favourite camera shop, The Camera Store! From intro workshops to organizational seminars to adventure talks, we have many classes available for you to choose from. Here are our upcoming photography classes!

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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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