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  • The Nikon D850 is in Development

    July 25, 2017 – Nikon Canada Inc. is pleased to announce the development of the next generation in full-frame, high-resolution, high-speed digital SLR cameras with the upcoming release of the highly anticipated Nikon D850. This announcement coincides with Nikon’s 100th anniversary of its establishment, which is celebrated today.

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  • David duChemin is on His Way to Calgary

    David duChemin is a photographer based in Victoria, Canada who came to prominence working for various NGO’s including World Vision, Save the Children, and the BOMA Project. He has travelled extensively, photographing on assignment in South America, and Africa. He is the author of many books, mostly published by Rocky Nook, of which “The Soul of the Camera” is the most recent. His books are notable for their accessibility, humour, and helpful tone.

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  • Winners of the Surfers Vs. Cowboy Photo Contest

    Beers & Cameras and The Camera Store presented a photo contest battle between San Diego's Beers & Cameras Chapter and Calgary's Beers & Cameras YYC Chapter. We asked the members to upload their best Cowboy or Cowgirl photo to Instagram with the hashtag #SURFERVSCOWBOY for their chance to win! 

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  • Canon Announces New Selphy CP1300 Printer

    Canon just announced the new SELPHY CP1300 Wireless Compact Photo Printer. Selphy printers are lightweight, and Wi-Fi-enabled so you can easily share printed photos of your photographs in real-time. It is the perfect accessory for home printing, school projects, weddings, parties and more.  

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  • We are hiring an e-commerce manager

    We are hiring for a new position on our e-commerce team. The Camera Store’s e-commerce manager is responsible for day-to-day management of all online activities and will be the lead for our online sales and development team. The focus of this position is to maximize business profitability, improve conversion rates, increase return visits, optimizing average order sizes and to create an overall great experience for our online customers on our CMS platform.

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  • Infrared Photography, Part 4

    In this final installment of our infrared series Ron May discusses post-processing false colour images into black and white, his thoughts on composition and subjects, and his closing thoughts.

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  • Infrared Photography, Part 3

    Now you have the image, what else do I need to think about? Ron May discusses post-processing techniques for infrared photography, as well as considerations such as white balance, hot spots, and lens flare.

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  • A Wild Life and A Feast for the Eyes

    There is an academic discipline for everything.  In literature, scholars have studied genre as it appertains to works of literary expression since the Enlightenment. Long before that, philosophy discerned the production of ideas on the basis of type.

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  • Surfer Vs. Cowboy Photo Contest

    Beers & Cameras and The Camera Store present a photo contest battle between San Diego's Beers & Cameras Chapter and Calgary's Beers & Cameras YYC Chapter. 

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  • The Power of Luminosity Masks

    Photoshop provides a myriad of options when it comes to making selections in our images, some are smart, others are dumb. Some selection tools make hard line selections, can require a painstaking amount of work, and may not even give us the look we are going for. Fortunately, we have another tool that is a part of Photoshop but isn’t readily accessible, and these have been coined Luminosity Masks.

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