Category: Photo Community

The Great Aurora Chase: A Local’s Guide to Capturing the Northern Lights

 By Rachel Ross

 

Aurora Alert! Solar activity is expected to be earth facing between October 21st and 25th with the potential to produce northern lights. The aurora is one of the most enchanting natural phenomena on our big blue planet, not to mention a bucket list shot for many photographers. Here are my top tips for creating drool-worthy aurora images.

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Upcoming Event! Saskatchewan Book with George Webber!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Bright colours, sun-baked facades, and endless horizons. Experience over 30 years of photographic work by George Webber that will transport you across the boundaries of time. On November 3rd, join us in-person at the Calgary Public Library or by live-stream for Saskatchewan Book with George Webber and immerse yourself in the memorable photographs of prairie towns featuring “Saskatchewan Book.”

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Exposure Emerging Photographers Showcase!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Albertan photographers, the deadline for submissions to Exposure’s Emerging Photographers Showcase, 2021, is fast approaching! Exposure Photography Festival welcomes diverse and innovative submissions from Alberta-based emerging photographers and visual artists who incorporate, celebrate or challenge the photographic medium within their practice. It is your chance to show the world your creative, photographic talents, but the deadline to submit is October 15th

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Exposure Photography Festival 2021 Call For Exhibitions!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Celebrate your love of photography by joining the Exposure Photography Festival 2021! Until November. 1st, 2020, you can list your exhibition to be apart of Exposure’s 2021 festival and program. Whether you’re an independent artist or photographer, a gallery, curator or artist collective, Exposure wants to help promote you during the festival. It’s super easy to join, and the publicity is outstanding! Be apart of Exposure Photography Festival 2021 and show our community and the world your photographic talents!

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Room Up Front: A New BIPOC Photojournalism Mentorship!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Room Up Front is a new pilot program, founded by Canadian photojournalists from Black, Indigenous and People of Colour communities which offers mentorship opportunities for BIPOC, who are passionate about photojournalism and visual storytelling! With allies including the Canadian Journalists of Colour, The Globe and Mail and the Magenta Foundation, BIPOC industry professionals will help guide those interested in pursuing their own goals and becoming established visual storytellers for their community and the Canadian media industry. 

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