“Humanity takes millions of photos every day. Why are most soforgettable?” That’s the title of an article I read last year, and it
made me think. I believe in the advent of mass online social media and
sharing of digital photography, others are thinking about it as well.
I’d like to put out a few thoughts on something related to this question
– the idea of photography and “interestingness”.
In the last few years we’ve seen still cameras start to develop very impressive video capabilities. Is there still a reason to buy a consumer camcorder? TCSTV’s Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake give their perspective, comparing the most capable consumer camcorder, Canon’s HF G30, and Sony’s RX10.
Professional photographers Dustin Abbott and Peter. K. Burian both reviewed the new ultra telephoto Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 VC USD lens for PHOTONews Magazine. Click to see their findings and images shot with it.
Purchase any Canon DSLR Camera or Canon Lens valued at $300 or morebefore Wednesday March 5th, 2014 to be automatically entered to win
Premium Lower Bowl Tickets to a Calgary Flames Vs. New York Islanders Friday March 7th, 2014, 7PM.
“In May 2013, I was offered the fantastic opportunity of a solo exhibition at Lougheed House Gallery during Exposure 2014. And thus began the process, and creation of Unbridled, a collection of my equine photography celebrating the essence of the horse and the spirit within.”
Unbridled is on exhibit until Sunday, March 2nd, 2014 Lougheed House Gallery
Join Greg Gerla and Julya Hajnoczky at Studio 122and spend a full day in a professional photo studio where you’ll learn
how to incorporate continuous artificial lights and speedlights into
March 29th, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
The Sony NEX-6 and NEX-7 were both very important cameras for Sony, legitimizing their NEX system. Now, the NEX moniker is gone and both cameras have been replaced by the new A6000. Sony promises the world’s fastest autofocus and improved low-light performance, and TCSTV’s Chris Niccolls took the camera out to the Canmore Winter Festival to test those claims.
Upon its announcement, the Fuji X-T1 quickly became one of the most anticipated cameras of the year. With a camera so exciting, we had to turn to our good friend Nick Devlin to get his take on the flagship camera of the X series. See if this sexy little camera warrants all the hype!
The Banff Center is continuing with the competition format of the photoessay, and the theme in the coming year will be MOUNTAINS – IN ALL THEIR
Have your tiny tintype portrait taken at studio 122! One day only, limited sessions available. We are using the famous plastic Holga camera and antique wet-plate photography processes to create exquisite tiny tintype portraits (2 1/4″ square).