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Wild Side – Species Profile: Moose (preview)

Story and photography by John E. Marriott In this issue we’re launching a new feature in The Wild Side looking at some of Canada’s most iconic, as well as a few lesser known, species from a wildlife photography perspective. The goal is to provide you with great value in terms of knowing when, where and […]

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Profile- Josiah Launstein (exclusive online content)

Where the action is At just 13 years old, award-winning photographer Josiah Launstein takes photos that showcase the beauty — and fury — of wildlife Story by Stephanie Hounsell with photography by Josiah Launstein Thirteen-year-old Josiah Launstein has taken his share of photos that capture nature at its most peaceful. But he knows first-hand that […]

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Profile – Michelle Valberg (full story – exclusive online content)

Expecting the unexpected Adventure and wildlife photographer Michelle Valberg has learned to embrace the surprises that pop up when they’re least expected Story by Stephanie Hounsell with photography by Michelle Valberg As a photographer for 30 years, Michelle Valberg knows that not much goes according to plan when dealing with wildlife. In fact, sometimes the […]

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Profile – Ramtin Kazemi (exclusive online content)

Story by Stephanie Hounsell with photography by Ramtin Kazemi Live and Learn Outdoor photographer Ramtin Kazemi has learned more than one lesson the hard way Ramtin Kazemi isn’t one to pretend he never makes mistakes. On the contrary, the Ontario-based outdoor landscape photographer is often the first to poke fun at some of the lessons […]

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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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Profile – Jaclyn Tanemura – Surrounded by Beauty (exclusive online content)

BC photographer discusses some of her favourite shots  By Stephanie Hounsell Whether it’s a sparkly sky, subtle raindrops or unusual frozen waves, photographer Jaclyn Tanemura has a knack for capturing the beauty that surrounds her. The 27-year-old nature and adventure photographer, who lives in Salmon Arm, BC, is always on the lookout for breathtaking scenes […]

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Profile — Fine Art Photographer Keeping Things Fresh (exclusive content)

Story by Stephanie Hounsell with Photography by Deborah MacEwen Deborah MacEwen is happiest when she’s trying something new — whether that’s embarking on a trip to Africa or mastering a new computer technique. “I get bored easily. I’ve got to keep challenging myself,” says the Saskatchewan photographer. Two years ago, MacEwen travelled to five countries […]

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Profile — Jim Brompton — The Stories Behind the Pictures (exclusive web content)

BC photographer talks about two of his favourite images Story by Stephanie Hounsell Photography by Jim Brompton   One of landscape photographer Jim Brompton’s favourite things to do is to share the stories behind his photos. And with almost 40 years of experience, the photographer has many tales to tell. Two of his favourite photos […]

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Profile – Sarah Lyndsay (Exclusive web content)

Story by Stephanie Hounsell Photography by Sarah Lyndsay   Snapshots in time Favourite photos capture important milestones in landscape photographer’s life When Sarah Lyndsay looks at two of her favourite photos side by side, she sees an ending and a beginning — and she can’t help but feel a bit sentimental. That’s understandable. After all, […]

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Profile — Don Johnston (Exclusive online interview)

Story by Stephanie Hounsell Photography by Don Johnston Whatever it takes Nature photographer Don Johnston knows the easy way isn’t always the best way Outdoor photographer Don Johnston has a simple mantra: Photography trumps everything. He’ll do whatever it takes to get the best shot (so long as it’s safe and does not endanger or unduly […]

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Profile — Sarah Furchner (Exclusive online interview)

Full of surprises Wildlife subjects never fail to keep this outdoor photographer guessing By Stephanie Hounsell When it comes to photographing wildlife, there’s something Sarah Furchner has learned time and again: Expect the unexpected. Furchner, a northern Ontario-based nature and wildlife photographer, remembers vividly the spring day a couple of years ago when she came […]

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Profile: Glenn Bartley — Mission: Possible (exclusive web content)

  This BC-based rare bird photographer knows what it’s like to return from the field empty-handed. And then there are days he finds just what he’s looking for Story by Stephanie Hounsell Photography by Glenn Bartley As a photographer who specializes in rare and difficult-to-photograph birds, Glenn Bartley is constantly on the lookout for species […]

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Breaking the Rules – Photographer Profile — Viktoria Haack (full story)

An open book A BC photographer shares the stories behind a few of her favourite shots By Stephanie Hounsell Since becoming serious about landscape photography seven years ago, Viktoria Haack has studied other photographers’ work for knowledge and inspiration. The Salmon Arm, BC photographer is an avid poster and visitor of photo-sharing websites that include […]

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Profile — Connor Stefanison (exclusive interview)

Time well spent Award-winning wildlife photographer takes time to learn about his subjects Story by Stephanie Hounsell / Photography by Connor Stefanison When wildlife photographer Connor Stefanison headed to Jasper National Park, Alberta, to photograph a herd of bighorn sheep, he knew not to focus on just any member of the group. There was a […]

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Are you the best or the best-kept secret?

Story by Roy Ramsay/Photography by Doug Hagadorn The best-kept secret feature was inspired by and for photographers just cutting their teeth, or getting started in the field. Over its three-year stint as a launching pad for upcoming photographers, it has also served as a springboard for photographers who have been shooting for years, but just […]

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Profile — Andrew McLachlan (exclusive interview)

The stories behind the pictures Story by Stephanie Hounsell/Photography by Andrew McLachlan Although it’s true a picture’s worth a thousand words, sometimes a few words of explanation can provide valuable insight. Barrie, ON-area photographer Andrew McLachlan recently opened up to OPC readers, explaining how he took three of his favourite photographs. Agawa River at sunrise The […]

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