Along The Western Front – A Best Travel Book of 2020

 By Ryley Smith

 

In 2020 we had to find other ways to experience the world beyond travel. Luckily, there are outstanding photography books that help our minds travel the world from the comfort of home. National Geographic UK released The 12 best travel books of 2020, and one of the books listed hit close to home. Along the Western Front, by Calgary local, Leah Hennel made it on the list for Top Photographer! Explore the beauty of Alberta through the stunning photographs of Leah Hennel’s debut collection!

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Exposure Emerging Photographers Showcase!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Albertan photographers, the deadline for submissions to Exposure’s Emerging Photographers Showcase, 2021, is fast approaching! Exposure Photography Festival welcomes diverse and innovative submissions from Alberta-based emerging photographers and visual artists who incorporate, celebrate or challenge the photographic medium within their practice. It is your chance to show the world your creative, photographic talents, but the deadline to submit is October 15th

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EXPOSURE STUDIO 2020

 By Ryley Smith

 

Exposure Photography Festival has created a brand new, online program called Exposure Studio, to help photographers from all kinds of photographic backgrounds develop their practice! This program, specifically for Calgary-based photographers, is designed to encourage community, connection and collaboration during a time of social distancing through 10 discussion-based online events. The application deadline is Wednesday, June 24th, at 8:00 PM MDT, so right now is the time to apply! 

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A Walk Down To Water Online Premiere!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Mark your calendars, because May 15th, 2020 is the day you can watch the locally created and TCS supported short film, A Walk Down To Water! It was written, directed, edited and produced by Calgary native, Levi Holwell, of Leftside Pictures, alongside an array of other amazing artists. This short focuses on an immigrant employee, who after finding out one of the guests at the motel he works at has passed away, is waiting for the ambulance. Diving into thought-provoking and universal themes, A Walk Down To Water, takes you on an emotional journey through beautifully created cinematography. 

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