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How and When to Photograph Grizzlies (preview)

Story and photography by Paul Burwell Take a trip through British Columbia’s Interior with the late Paul Burwell as he seeks an up close and personal photography experience with a large and potentially dangerous predator — the grizzly bear. With the “Grizzly Whisperer” as his tour guide, Burwell finds what he’s looking for and tells […]

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Digital Chat — RIP, Paul Burwell — Friend, Mentor and Companion (full story)

Editorial by Roy Ramsay with Photography by Paul Burwell When I first created Outdoor Photography Canada I searched high and low across this great country of ours to find the best and brightest writers and photographers to help illustrate the theme and concept of the magazine. The columnists and other photographers you see before you […]

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Advanced Shooter — Lessons in Photography from Paul Burwell (preview)

Story and photography by Darwin Wiggett One of the things that’s great about photography is that it brings you together with really interesting people. Paul Burwell was one of those individuals who influenced those around him and had a wide circle of people he touched. I was one of them. I first knew of Paul […]

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Digital Chat – SilverFast Archive Suite (full review)

By Paul Burwell If you’re like me, you probably have a lot of slides and negatives still kicking around from the “old” days. And like me, I’m sure you’ve also sworn to get them finally archived as digital files so you can upgrade them to the digital realm. With some recent technological advances in hardware […]

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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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Digital Chat — Insatiable Desire for Sharpness (full story)

Sharp images. It’s one of those things that many photographers crave and are almost addicted to. When I encounter photographers obsessing about sharpness, I’m reminded of this quote from legendary photojournalist Henri Cartier-Bresson: “I am constantly amused by the notion that some people have about photographic technique–a notion which reveals itself in an insatiable craving […]

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Digital Chat — The Cleaning Conundrum (preview)

If your digital camera has lenses that can be removed and interchanged, it’s only a matter of time until you get dust and debris on the camera’s sensor. When enough “junk” accumulates and starts to show in your photos you can waste valuable time de-spotting the images in software. Eventually, you’ll need to break down […]

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