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February 2015 Editor’s Assignment

February 2015 – The Intimate Landscape Deadline: March 7, 2015 Contest is now closed. Images already submitted: For this assignment show us your best intimate landscape image. What is an intimate landscape? It is a close up of the details of a landscape such as rock patterns, or a forest of trees isolated from the […]

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July 2014 Editor’s Assignment

Deadline: July 31, 2014 Assignment is now closed. Assignment images already submitted: For this assignment create a forest image. In the current Summer/Fall 2014 issue, Adam Gibbs shows you how to create order out of forest chaos for impactful images. Keep his techniques in mind while trying this assignment. Be creative and above all have […]

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Discovering Canada — Prairie Giants (preview)

As I travel across the Canadian Prairies in search of scenic photo opportunities, I’m amazed and saddened by the number of ghost towns, abandoned farm homes and dilapidated grain elevators lost to the climate, the economy and the evolution of society. Yet they draw me in. I wonder about the lives lived inside those walls, […]

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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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