Interview With Nikon Wildlife Photographer, Frank Scott!

 By Ryley Smith

 

As parks open back up and the weather gets better, just like the wildlife of Canada, we are emerging out of hibernation. To get the excitement flowing, I had the amazing opportunity to have a phone interview with Nikon photographer Frank Scott! Frank has seen tons of wildlife from all kinds of interesting places, but to bring things back home I interviewed him all about Wildlife Photography in Canada.

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The World Has Been Waiting: Canon EOS R5!

 By Ryley Smith

 

Just announced, the development of Canon’s most advanced full-frame mirrorless camera EVER! The Canon EOS R5! This highly anticipated camera will feature (for the first time) In Body Image Stabilization, 12 FPS shooting with the mechanical shutter, and 8K video recording. The camera will also feature a newly designed CMOS sensor and image processor, along with new state-of-the-art optical technologies. Then, to make this more exciting, Canon also plans to release seven RF lenses and two RF lens extenders, which are currently in development. Let’s take a closer look at what Canon has in store. 

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Stolen Hard Drives Containing Rare Animals

 By Ryley Smith

 

We are calling the help of our amazing and dedicated readership! Nat Geo photographer, Joel Sartore has been working on a beautiful project called The Photo Ark, where he was in Indonesia, capturing some of the rarest aminals in the world. A few days ago, one of his carry on bags was stolen at the airport in Bali, which contained three hard drives with all of his images and videos over the last three weeks. 

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Exposure Photography Festival

 By Ryley Smith

 

The International Open Call 2020 and the 2020 Emerging Photographers Showcase, both hosted by the Exposure Photography Festival, are now open for submissions. The Exposure Photography Festival is driven by providing an opportunity for people to communally engage in photographic image making, regardless of their experience and relation to photography. It is an open opportunity for individuals of all types of photographic diversity, from beginners to professionals, encompassing all ages and interest levels, to express themselves and come together with the common thread of photographic expression. Submit your work and join the movement that aims to bring forth education, inspiration and beauty, that will be shared with thousands of people. 

 

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