Photographic Excellence at TOAF
PhotoED Magazine
by PhotoED Magazine
2w ago
Photography highlights at TOAF63 The Toronto Outdoor Art Fair (TOAF) is back at Nathan Phillips Square from July 12th to 14th offering a weekend of art and fun. The event has been a beloved summer tradition for 63 years and continues to grow and diversify—including artists from all around the country and online participating.  This year, the Fair will feature close to 300 independent artists providing visitors with a dynamic showcase to explore including painting, craft & design, 3D works, and photography. Additionally, 62 more artists have been selected to exclusively show t ..read more
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Plant based printing
PhotoED Magazine
by PhotoED Magazine
2w ago
An excerpt from: Anthotypes – Explore the darkroom in your garden and make photographs using plants. What is an anthotype? Utilizing nature’s own colouring pigments from flower petals, berries or other plant parts, images are produced by crushing and mixing them with alcohol or water to make a light-sensitive emulsion. Ordinary watercolour paper is coated with the emulsion and a photogram can be created by placing objects on top of the paper. An image can also be printed using a positive transparency (not a negative) in a contact frame. The print is then exposed under the sun. No further ..read more
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STEPHEN BROOKBANK: The making of a place
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by Joshua Cameron
1M ago
—excerpt from“Two Gallants “ by James Joyce Inspired by Irish novelist James Joyce’s short story “Two Gallants,” Stephen Brookbank explores after-dark and before-dawn urban, suburban, and industrial environments. Using a large format camera, he uses long exposures and available light to create images that aim to illustrate the “truth” of a scene. Stephen’s environmental portraits in home, work, and play settings look to document the resilience of people in the midst of a challenging period in human history. “North America is in a phase of deindustrialization,” he says. “I’m interested in c ..read more
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@Thirty6Xposures
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by Alan Bulley
2M ago
Ok, let’s do some math: take eight photographers, multiply them by 36 exposures each, add one model and a rack of costume options in a beautiful house near Mont-Tremblant, then divide by just 30 minutes per photographer to make one outstanding image to be judged by a panel of seven. What do you get? A lot of fun and learning, all while raising money for a worthy cause. Organized by Toronto photographer Michelle Quance, the Thirty6Xposures project encourages friendly competition and channels support for research on Rett Syndrome, a genetic neurological disorder that is more common in fem ..read more
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Connexions Humaines et Nouvelles Possibilités: Henry VanderSpek
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by PhotoED Magazine
2M ago
Le magazine photoED a parlé au photographe basé à Toronto, Henry VanderSpek, à propos de la photographie de rue. Henry VanderSpek (alias Culture Snap Photography) est un photographe de rue basé à Toronto avec une passion pour les gens et la communauté. Il a exposé plusieurs projets lors des festivals de photographie CONTACT et DesignTO, et son travail a été présenté sur CBC Radio, CBC TV, Now Magazine, et publié dans divers médias nationaux. Il travaille avec des appareils photo numériques et argentiques pour capturer des scènes où les objets, les symboles et les personnes interagissent po ..read more
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Photographers take LIGHT to the next level
PhotoED Magazine
by PhotoED Magazine
2M ago
LIGHT IS THE BASIS FOR PHOTOGRAPHY. As photographers, our craft is about documenting it or manipulating it to shape a narrative. OUR 70TH PRINT EDITION shares contemporary visual depictions of electromagnetic radiation and its unique qualities, opening our eyes to the power of light through a new lens. The artists in this issue work with light as the basis of their photography, taking their explorations to new levels. Ann Piché crafts her images featuring light as her central subject; while Thierry du Bois creates abstract visions from the glow of urban architecture at night; and Vick ..read more
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GuruShots: LIGHTING CHALLENGE
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by Luke Hanns
3M ago
Billed as the world’s greatest photo game, GuruShots is an international competition platform for photographers. Players get feedback from more than three billion monthly voters and try to work their way up through rankings, from Newbie to the ultimate status (and bragging rights) of Guru. GuruShots’ challenges are voted on by the platform’s Gurus and the wider community, with a fresh challenge every day. Winners can receive prizes from GuruShots’ sponsors such as Adorama, Kodak, Lowepro, and Lensbaby. From city streets to ocean views, the Lighting Challenge showcases a world of wonde ..read more
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Melissa Richard: The magic of childhood
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by PhotoED Magazine
4M ago
An interview with photoED Magazine photoED magazine spoke to Fort McMurray–based photographer Melissa Richard about chasing light and the magic of childhood. Melissa Richard is a photographer based in Fort McMurray, Alberta. She is a Click Pro Elite photographer and a Hello Storyteller mentor. Her days are spent teaching young minds at the local school, and her nights and weekends are spent behind a camera. Melissa is a self-proclaimed “light chaser,” and a storyteller inspired by nature, her family, details, shadows, and the quest for dramatic light. photoED: You had a very unique motivatio ..read more
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A GIVEAWAY! An incredible ZOOM lens from TAMRON
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by PhotoED Magazine
6M ago
Entrez pour avoir! The Tamron 17-50mm F4 lens for Sony full-frame mirrorless cameras offers an unprecedented zoom range from 17mm ultra wide-angle to 50mm standard, setting a new standard. With a constant F4 aperture for consistent performance in photography and video, this lens excels in optical performance, ensuring edge-to-edge sharpness. The VXD linear motor focus mechanism provides superior quietness and precise autofocus, while its stable physical length during zoom is ideal for gimbal stabilizers. Boasting an impressive close-range shooting capacity, it allows users to capture unique c ..read more
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2023 highlights
PhotoED Magazine
by PhotoED Magazine
7M ago
Highlights from our 2023 publishing season! This past year, we focused on exploring topics through photography that matter to us all. Food, Water, and Land. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5j9zlxuLP8 This year we published THREE gorgeous editions, featuring over 93 photographers in print + over 170 more in our digital issues! We couldn't have done any of it without the support of our PATRONS + subscribers + advertisers + collaborators + the Ontario Arts Council + more! Like what we do? Consider supporting us so we can keep publishing Canadian photography! ,JOIN US AS A PATRON • SUBSCRIBE FOR ..read more
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