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Profile – Callum Snape (exclusive web content – full story)

Story by Stephanie Hounsell/Photography by Callum Snape From Careful Planning to Spontaneity at its Peak Outdoor photographer Callum Snape demonstrates the importance of both Ice bubbles trapped in a frozen lake, fiery clouds crowning a lone tree, a solitary figure in a poppy-red hammock… These images are three of outdoor photographer Callum Snape’s favourites. But […]

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Macro Insect Photography — Local parks with exotic treasures (preview)

Story and photography by Mel Diotte Macro photography opens up a whole new world of subtle details. It encourages a person to slow down and to look at things differently and more closely. From styles and techniques to where and when to shoot, learn more about macro photography from the best in this issue as […]

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Discovering Canada — Saskatchewan Ghost Towns (preview)

Story and Photography by Mike Grandmaison Exploring old buildings has never been a passion of mine, but from time to time I’ve been known to explore the occasional deserted homestead or ghost town. My interest in exploring these abandoned structures is partly due to my curiosity; wondering what happened over the years that motivated someone […]

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Storm Chasing — How to safely photograph storms with impact (preview)

Story and Photography by Ryan Wunsch The weather has fascinated me for as long as I can remember. My first memory of severe weather was hiding in the basement of my uncle’s cabin during a tornado at Long Lake, SK. My uncle had a panic attack and while the other adults were afraid that his […]

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Mirrorless Camera Comparison (preview)

    Story and Photography by Paul Burwell You can’t go too far in today’s world of photography without hearing something about new “mirrorless” cameras. With all the hoopla, you’d think this was a recent ground-breaking invention finally released to the masses. The truth is a bit different, but there’s a lot to like about […]

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Advanced Shooter — The Myth of Documentary Landscape Photography (preview)

                                              Story and Photography by Darwin Wiggett I used to think I was a documentary landscape photographer, especially during the period when I only used slide film as my medium to capture images. […]

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Beginner Basics — The Next Steps: What to do With Your New DSLR (full story)

Story and Photography by Don Komarechka A new camera is always exciting, especially if it’s your first DSLR camera with plenty of bells and whistles. The whole contraption may be a little overwhelming, but a few settings and fundamental techniques can help you get started on the right foot. After assembling the camera and setting […]

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Discovering Canada — Tallgrass Prairie (preview)

Story and Photography by Mike Grandmaison Don’t let the name fool you — Manitoba’s tallgrass prairie has plenty to offer photographers beyond the obvious. In this issue, Mike Grandmaison  takes us through the ecosystem in the western province that may be dwindling in size, but still boasts an extraordinary variety of more than 150 plant […]

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Discovering Canada — Alberta Badlands (preview)

Story and photography by Mike Grandmaison Explore the rugged, desert-like terrain of the Alberta badlands and all of the photographic opportunities they present with OPC‘s Mike Grandmaison. The veteran shutterbug takes us on a tour through the three largest badland areas he explored: Red Deer River Valley, Dinosaur Provincial Park and Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park. To […]

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