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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Last Chance To Shop The Canon Red Line Sales Event!

 By Ryley Smith

 

It’s your last chance to take advantage of Canon’s Red Line Sales Event! This sale, full of fantastic deals on L-Series macro lenses and more, is the perfect opportunity to update your kit! The Red Line Sale ends September 30th, so grab some new lenses before it’s over! Now, let’s take a look at some of the featured lenses of the Canon Red Line Sales Event!

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Newest Podcasts From Defend The Darkroom!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Defend the Darkroom is an amazing podcast about inspiration, desire, drive and creativity hosted by Paulette Michayluk. The most recent two of Paulette’s interviews stuck with us here at TCS and we wanted to share them with you! Check out Defend the Darkroom with Barbara Astman as well as Defend the Darkroom with George Webber!

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The Canon Road Trip is Coming to Calgary!

 By Ryley Smith

 

The Canon Creator Lab is going mobile and coming to Calgary! The Canon Road Trip is a one of a kind experience that will give you the chance to take the new EOS R5 or R6 out for a spin! With Canon specialists, TCS staff and different shooting environments to choose from, it’s a fun way to test out Canon’s newest cameras!

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Sledding, All Dressed Up, and Behind the Mask

 By J. Ashley Nixon

 

Like many photographers, I’ve found that the COVID pandemic has been putting up barriers to creating new work. My portrait sessions were cancelled, music gigs and other events were abandoned, and travel with the camera all but dried up. I managed some local expeditions on foot or on my bicycle to photograph ospreys along the Elbow River. I also explored the landscapes of Kananaskis Country and the Badlands. Still, there were no big adventures back to Peru where I have been filming and photographing sustainability, culture and development themes for many years.

So, I decided to put my energy into writing up stories, selecting and sequencing images from some of my recent projects. The result is three books published over three months in 2020, all of which are available at The Camera Store in Calgary.

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New Nikkor S Series Lenses!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Nikon users, we have some exciting news for you! Nikon has unveiled two exciting additions to the rapidly expanding Nikkor Z lens lineup. The ultra-wide angle Nikkor Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S, which is the world’s shortest and lightest full-frame f/2.8 zoom lens with a 14mm field of view enabling a versatile range to capture expansive views including cityscapes, landscapes, astrophotography and more! As well as, the Nikkor Z 50mm f/1.2 S which is a paramount fast-aperture prime lens engineered for optical excellence to help Z series users achieve unrivalled power, exceptional sharpness and show-stopping bokeh. These new, full-frame S-Line lenses are ready to bring superior optical performance to Nikon Z mount creators!

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The New Sony A7C! Plus more!

 By Ryley Smith

 

The rumours are true, Sony has released the new Alpha 7C! The A7C is the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame body with uncompromising performance, featuring advanced AF (autofocus), high-resolution 4K video capabilities and more! Then, to make things better, Sony has also released the new FE 28-60mm F4-5.6, the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame zoom lens with high image quality, along with the new HVL-F28RM, a compact flash with light intensity control linked to camera face detection. 

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