The Olympus OMD E-M5 and E-M1 are widely considered some of the best mirrorless cameras on the market. The E-M10 is the latest addition to the line, an entry level option with many of the best features from the E-M1 and E-M5. The Camera Store’s Chris Niccolls takes a look to see if this is a great entry level option, or if too many compromises have been made.
Opening night promises to be an unforgettable event with music, food, and a unique showcase of work.
February 6th, 2014 8:00 p.m.
4029 – 8th Street S.E., Calgary
John Dean’s new work featured at The Edge Gallery in Canmore is a series of recent photographs from the site of the 2003 forest fire in Kootenay National Park. The Photographs were made with a high resolution digital camera and are printed on beautiful cold rolled art paper.
A Photo Exhibit at the Peanut Gallery at Fluvog by By Julie Vincent and Chris Tait
Saturday, February 8, 5-7 p.m
A solo exhibition of Cathy Simone’s equine photography at the Lougheed House in Calgary, AB.
Opening Jan. 31st, 2014 5-7PM
If someone came to The Camera Store looking for a ‘high end point and shoot’ we’d give them an RX100 and send them on their way. Tragically, Panasonic has thrown a wrench in that simplicity with the introduction of the GM1, a strong contender for the title of ‘best pocket size camera ever made ever’.
The remote and rugged nature of the Milk River landscape is an international treasure. From its entry point into Alberta as the North Milk River near Whiskey Gap to its exit east of the ecological reserve at Kennedy Coulee, the shallow silty visitor travels through a sparsely populated, little disturbed, and infrequently visited part of Alberta.
The Canadian Association for Photographic Art brings to you Canada’s renowned fine art photographer and presenter André Gallant.
April 12, 2014 (8:30 am to 5:00 pm)
University of Calgary
The Camera Store has acquired several copies of a book for sale, by Brian Adams, entitled Wounded. Proceeds from this book go to support five charities.