Photo by Federico Borella, from his winning series Five Degrees.
The winners of the Sony World Photography Awards have been announced, including Photographer of the Year, presented to Italian artist Federico Borella at a London ceremony for his series Five Degrees. The work explores the impact of climate change in the farming community of Tamil Nadu in Southern India, which is facing its worst drought in 140 years, and ensuing male suicides.
Nikon has announced an update to their underwater compact camera lineup with the Coolpix W150, which will replace the W100.
You’ve put your photos on your Instagram, your Facebook, your phone lock screen, your walls, your fireplace, your calendar, and probably your coffee mug. But now, the time has come where you can update your manicure to match!
Canon has released custom nail stickers that can print up to twelve designs per sheet to update your nails immediately. Peel off the backing, stick down, file the edges, and cover with a top coat.
Now available for order.
In 2018, the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival introduced a workshop for thirteen youths to introduce them to adventure photography. The Camera Store, in partnership with Nikon Canada, were proud to sponsor the weekend event where everyone received instruction on shooting with manual settings and several opportunities to take photos around Banff. For many, this was the first time they had ever taken photos on a DSLR camera. At the end of the weekend, each student chose a favourite photo that they took to be exhibited.
These photos are now on display in the Banff Public Library from April 1st to 29th, 2019. A reception to celebrate the exhibition will take place on Friday, April 26th, 2019 from 4pm-6pm.