TCSTV’s Favourite Videos

 By Jordan Drake

With well over 100 videos on our YouTube channel, Chris and I often feel like some of our better work can go unseen, so for this blog post, Chris and I revisit our favourite episodes of The Camera Store TV

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Nikon D3300 Hands-On Field Test

 By Jordan Drake

It’s Chinese New Years! So The Camera Store TV crew head out to the Chinese Cultural Center to check out Nikon’s latest entry-level DSLR, the D3300. With a huge variety of challenging situations, can a camera costing less than $500 handle the conditions?

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From Michelangelo to Arnold Palmer

 By PeterCarroll

“There’s a story that when Michelangelo was asked how he created hisincredible masterpiece David he responded that he saw David in the
marble and just had to cut away everything that didn’t look like David.
Regardless of whether the story is true or not, I love the idea behind
it. A photographer has some different challenges to a sculptor but the
goal is the same – effective expression.”

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Canmore Art Guild Gallery displays the art, history of photography

 By Evelyn Drake

Lewis Hine, Ansel Adams, Dorthea Lange, Edward Weston and William Henry Fox Talbot; all giants of photography whose work is recognized among the finest of its kind, will be on display in Canmore at Elevation Place. The Art of Black and White Photography – Historical and Modern Perspectives runs from Feb. 13-25. A reception will take place Feb. 14 from 7-9:30 p.m.

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