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  • The 2017 BMFF Photo Essay Competition is now open!

    The 2017 Photo Essay Competition is now open! 
    Entry deadline: May 1, 2017.

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  • Hasselblad announces four new XCD lenses for the X1D

    Following the hugely successful launch of the ground-breaking X1D in 2016, Hasselblad is delighted to introduce four new XCD lenses. The XCD 120mm Macro lens is the first to complement the existing XCD lens family, and will be available at the end of June 2017. 

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  • Nguni Runner

    I’m a local creative. Producing content for print, motion graphics and video work. Recently I was lucky enough to be project lead (shooter/editor “shredditor”) on an adventure documentary with a shoe string budget.

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  • Exposure Exhibit Masters Gallery: JOHN DEAN & LAURA POPE

    February 11 - 24, 2017
    Opening Reception February 11, 1:00 PM

    In this exhibition, Laura Pope and John Dean offer us an exploration of the urban landscape from two unique perspectives. 

    Masters Gallery
    2115 4 Street SW
    Calgary AB T2S 1W8
    mastersgalleryltd.com
    Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 5:30 pm

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  • Exposure Exhibit Opening: MUSE at Studio 122

    Engage with some of Calgary's finest commercial photographers and see how they define muse. This photographic show will be on further display from February 16 to 22, from 10:00AM to 5:00PM.

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  • Exposure Exhibit Opening: Tripping the Streets Fantastic Tokyo

    In the fifth installment of their annual international street photography series, Julie Vincent and Chris Tait explore the heart of one of the most important cities in street photography’s history.

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  • Canmore Art Guild: The Annual Photography Show

    The Annual Photography Show features the creative work of Canmore Art Guild members and special guests. The show opens on Saturday February 4, 2017 and runs until Tuesday February 28, 2017.

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  • J and K Button Co.

    In this portfolio I examine the emblematic unmaking of America. Mindful of the ephemeral nature of all things, my photographs encompass the Japanese concept of mono no aware, literally “the pathos of things”, a heightened appreciation of their beauty and a gentle sadness at their passing.

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  • Photographer Feature: Robert Postma

    The year was 2003 when I sold my first image and there has been no turning back. It is not the money I make from my photography that keeps me going, it is being in places around the world seeing natural wonders that others have not or cannot experience. My goal is to inspire others through photography and instill that deep affection for nature with them.

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  • Bubbles

    The latest chinook has blown away the snow and polished up the ice at a beaver pond that I know up in Kananaskis Country. So I strapped on my crampons and wandered out on the frozen surface to have a look. There were all kinds of cool things both in and on the ice.

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