Category: Photo Community

Banff Centre Mountain Film & Book Festival – Tickets ON SALE NOW

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

 

Tickets go on sale today for the Banff Centre Mountain Film & Book Festival! The Camera Store is proud to be a sponsor of the festival, which runs for #nineepicdays from October 26th to November 3rd, 2019, in beautiful Banff.This year, the festival welcomes extraordinary adventurers and legends such as Andrzej Bargiel, Sasha DiGiulian and Sarah Marquis for on-stage presentations, plus over 75 films, award-winning authors, and many free events and exhibitions. 

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FUJIFILM Photo Exhibit & Sweepstakes 2019

 By Ryley Smith

 

Want to show off your favourite memories and maybe win a little something from Fujifilm too? Trust us, this is better than when you used to be able to show off how many Instagram likes you could get. 

Enter your best photo memories now until September 15, 2019 in Fujifilm Canada’s Printlife Photo Exhibit & Sweepstakes! Not only will you have the chance to have your work displayed in an exhibit at Square One Shopping Centre in Mississauga, ON, but you could also win 1 of 9 Fujifilm prizes, including the grand prize of a FUJIFILM X-T30 Kit.

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BMFF 2019: Mountain Photo Essay Winner Announced

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

Image by Javier Corso from his project Matagi

The winner of the 2019 Mountain Photo Essay Competition, part of the Banff Centre Mountain Film & Book Festival, has been announced. Javier Corso was selected as the winner for his essay Matagi, which explores the culture of the traditional Japanese hunters of the same name. 

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BMFF: Youth Adventure Photo Workshop

 By Kaitlyn Kerr

 

Last year, the Banff Mountain Film & Book Festival launched a new Youth Adventure Photo Workshop that we, in partnership with Nikon, were proud to sponsor. This weekend workshop gave 13 youths the opportunity to learn the basics of photography, and shoot around the gorgeous Banff landscape under the instruction of photographer Jeremiah Marsh. At the end, each student chose one photo, which were then printed and exhibited at the Banff Public Library this past April.

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