Category: Photo Community

Interview: Sony Adventure Photographer Stevin Tuchiwsky

 By Ryley Smith

 

For those of you who want to reminisce and get excited about future adventure photography trips, the amazingly talented Sony photographer Stevin Tuchiwsky recently took some time to do a phone interview with us! Stevin has been an outdoor lifestyle photographer for almost a decade and has lived for adventure his whole life. Read on for an inside look at what goes into being an adventure photographer!

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First Light Image Festival 2020 Photo Contest!

 By Ryley Smith

Joy – Carmen Kuptana, Tuktoyaktuk, NT

The First Light Image Festival may be cancelled, but in our amazing, digital era, we can happily say that the FLIF 2020 Photo Contest, is still a-go! With some amazingly epic prizes, this contest is super easy to apply to and is open to everyone. The deadline, April 27th, is fast approaching, so get ready to submit your work! 

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Photobooks & Large Format Books

 By Todd Korol

 

I still have the first photography book I ever bought. I remember the time and place where I purchased it. It was a small how-to handbook on using a 35mm camera. It cost $7.99 and was filled with photos and photos of cameras.

That was 30 years ago, my passion for books and photography has never slowed down and today I have a great selection of over 700 titles.

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Calgary Film and Analog Printing Services

 By John Veldhoen

 

If you are looking for local film development or analog printing services, I recommend Calgary based Carla Fedje Studio. Carla has recently come into possession of a fine Zone IV enlarger and some exquisite lenses that can make prints from negatives up to 4×5 inches. She has built a darkroom with a Skil saw, a power drill, and sheer will.

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Large Format 4×5 Photography

 By Todd Korol

 

I still shoot a lot of large film. Yes, it seems I’ve always taken the hard road. In these days of isolation, I had two friends recently reach out and wanted to know more information about taking photographs with a 4×5 camera.

So instead of writing each a note, and with more time on my hands than I’m used to, I started making a series of videos about taking photographs with a large format camera.

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