Join us this Saturday, March 28th at 10AM as we welcome Jeff Bingham to host our weekly photography discussion! Jeff will talk about bird photography and the use of telephoto lenses. The perfect topic to cover as we get into spring!
Join us on Wednesday, March 25th as wildlife photographer, Jeff Bingham, hosts a seminar on telephoto & super telephoto lens techniques!
The Outdoor Adventure & Travel Show takes place this Saturday, March 21st & Sunday, March 22nd at the BMO Center in Calgary. Hailed as Western Canada’s largest showcase of outdoor gear and adventure travel experiences, we are proud to be sponsoring Travel Photography Workshops taking place throughout the weekend.
John Veldhoen reviews Jeremy Fokkens’ first book of photographs, “The Human Connection.” Fokkens takes the reader on an international journey, sharing captivating stories and photographs of the people who call Nepal and Bangladesh home.
Do you shoot film or still have a box of old negatives kicking around? Join us this Saturday, March 21st at 10AM to learn the in’s and out’s of scanning and archiving your film negatives and slides!
This Saturday, March 14th, Larry Ricks will be discussing Action & Sports Photography, as a part of our Saturday morning photo series.
There are a number of places to visit around Calgary where one can have fun photographing old machinery. They provide interesting shapes, faded paint, rust and gears.
Most know of Heritage Park, some have visited Turner Valley Gas Plant. I’m guessing that fewer have visited Pioneer Acres, just north west of Iricana, which itself is north east of Calgary. There’s a modest admission fee and then you can wander around to your hearts content.
The Banff Centre is now accepting entries for their 2015 Mountain Book Competition. The award acclaims the work of publishers, photographers, and writers, who use the mountains as a backdrop or theme for their work.
The Nikon FX Full Frame Sales Event kicks off on Friday, March 6th with huge savings on select Nikon FX cameras and lenses!
My Rode Reel, the world’s biggest short film competition, is back with over $200, 000 in prizes, and a panel of industry leading judges.