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  • Wrap Up 2015 Wedding Summit

    On February 7th 8th, the 2015 Wedding Summit took place at Calgary's Festival Hall, located in Inglewood. Bringing together a community of local and international wedding industry professionals, the weekend featured informative presentations from highly regarded speakers covering a variety of wedding industry-related topics.

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  • Panasonic “4K Revolution” Demo Day

    Visit Pro Photographer Johan Sorensen and Lumix Product Manager Trisha Gillings at The Camera Store on Saturday Feb. 21st, 2015 between 11AM-3PM to learn about the 4K Revolution. It's not just about video, still photographers will see the benefits too. Stop by for your very own hands-on demo.

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  • 10% off Breakfast & Brunch at Canvas Bistro

    Canvas Bistro is offering clients of The Camera Store 10% off breakfast & brunch!

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  • Sigma Canada's 'Black + Snow' Photo Contest

    Enter Sigma Canada's 'Black + Snow' Photo Contest for your chance to win $500 towards the Sigma Canada lens of your choice!

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  • CAPIC Photography SHOWCASE 2015

    Opening night for SHOWCASE 2015, part of the 2015 Exposure Calgary Banff Canmore Photography Festival, is February 18th at 7pm at the Village Brewery in Calgary. See the latest work from our Prairie members and enjoy a free beer on us. Bring your friends too.

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  • Launch Event at Gerry Thomas Gallery

    You are Invited to a Private Launch Event Hosted by The Workplace Speaker Network & The Gerry Thomas Gallery
    Celebrating Business & Innovation

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  • TCSTV Sony FS7 Review

    The Sony PXW-FS7 basically ticks every box I was was looking at, and the new form factor is truly wonderful. I haven’t been the biggest fan of Canon’s Cinema cameras, but I always loved the handling. The new handgrip and much more usable EVF of the FS7 puts it in line with Canon’s C300, but with much more modern specs. The slow motion capture, while not quite reaching the 240FPS of the FS700, gives you great colour and flexibility in post, while recording to capacity of the card.

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  • Chris Giles Pentax 645z Review: "The Journey"

    "Welcome to my personal review of the Pentax 645z. There are many posts and even though they will undoubtedly cross over in places with regards their content, I’ve tried to focus on certain aspects with each page."

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  • Canmore Art Guild Show

    Exposure 2015: The Portrait Saturday
    Jan. 31st - Feb. 17th 2015
    CAG Gallery: Elevation Place 102-700 Railway Ave Canmore AB.

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  • Looking at Images #4

    Upping colour or contrast has a long and honourable history. Everyone who shot Fuji Velvia was taking advantage of the film’s tendency to push colour to unreal levels. Agfa film was known for its warm tones, others did nice things to skin, and even Kodachrome wasn’t real, just nice, and long lasting.

    With digital editing, it’s simply a slider away to take the colour and push it up till it pops, and many do so, with nearly all of their images. Heck, cameras even have a setting for it. A quick visit to popular photo sites will reveal colours that never saw the light of day, so to speak.

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