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  • Friday Night Lights

    I broke free of the city just as the sun set and as I looked to the northern horizon I could already see the aurora borealis beginning to dance.

    The Friday night lights were starting to shine.

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  • Intimate Distance and Materialities

    I received an advance copy of “Intimate Wilderness: Arctic Voices in a Land of Vast Horizons”, and this was last year. The store has since received copies. I was so impressed by the volume. Mr. Hallendy spent fifty years in the Cape Dorset region of Baffin Island, Nunavut, developing deep and rich relationships with the people, and learning their language, customs, history, and culture. 

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  • April Snow and a Whole Whack of Robins!

    I hadn’t really planned on coming out this way. Three hours before I’d been heading down to the Bow River at Policeman’s Flats to check out the blue heron nesting colony and look for any interesting ducks.

    But as I got to the southern edge of the city, I looked off to the west. There was a lot of fresh snow over there so kept going south for a better look. The high country was blanketed from the mountain peaks to the foothills and it looked like more snow was about to fall.

    See ya later, herons. I headed west.

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  • Results from the Air North First Light Image Festival Photography Contest

    The Winners of the 2017 First Light Image Festival Photo Contest are:
    Grand Prize: Into the Light - Reindeer Herding NWT

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  • Nikon Announces: D7500 DSLR

    The D7500 uses the same 20.9 MP DX-format image sensor and EXPEED 5 image processing engine as the D500, taking your photos and videos to the next level. Capture with phenomenal sharpness and tonality, especially in low light situations like concerts, sporting events, parties and events.

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  • You're Invited to ACAD's 2017 Photography Class Portfolio Show

    Thursday, April 20th at 5PM 
    406 319 10th Ave SW

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  • Wind Worn: Keho Lake can be beautiful, but it depends on the day.

    The colour in the ice piled along the shores of Keho Lake was crazy.

    Deep blues, turquoises, slivers of silver that sparkled with prismatic rainbows as the shards clattered and tinkled on the banks. I was there with my old friend Stu and we could have spent the entire day taking pictures there. But my impatience made us move on.

    I know I’d be back, though, and soon. It was too lovely to waste.

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  • Temporary Maintenance Outage Scheduled for April 4th, 2017

    Please be advised that our website will be undergoing a brief maintenance update to serve you better on the morning of Tuesday April 4th, 2017 between 7AM-10AM MDT. 

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  • Calgary Photographer John Dean is Exhibiting at the Vancouver Capture Photography Festival

    Calgary Photographer John Dean is Exhibiting at the Vancouver Capture Photography Festival 

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  • Congratulations to the 11th Annual Reader Photo Contest Winner: Moe Haimour

    Congratulations to the Judges Category first place winner: Moe Haimour, who submitted “Athabasca Falls.” This black and white photo captures the light, shadow, water, and clouds in stunningly crisp detail.

    Today Chris Niccolls presented Moe with a $1,500 Gift Certificate courtesy of The Camera Store. 





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