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2016 Online Spring Wildlife Photo Contest

Contest Theme: Canadian Wildlife Contest deadline: June 30, 2016 Contest is now closed. Images already submitted: Show us your best Canadian wildlife images. There’s a $15 entry fee (includes taxes), with up to 10 photos uploaded to our gallery per entry. An additional entry fee is required for 11-20 photos and so on. Your name and photo […]

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Wild Side — Getting Some Long Distance Love (full story)

Imagine this: You’re on a photo tour with me in British Columbia, soaking in the gorgeous early morning light as we search a Chilcotin lake for grizzly bears. We round a corner on the still waters and there she is, the beautiful golden grizzly we photographed the night before, meandering along the shoreline in the […]

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Advanced Shooter — The Art in the Abandoned (preview)

I admit it, I have a fascination with derelict buildings, decaying cars and industrial detritus. And I’m not alone. Most of my fellow nature and outdoor photographers are equally fascinated by abandoned artifacts of the industrial age. Maybe it’s the haunting stories, the recognition of our fragility in nature or simply the graphic visuals that […]

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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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Beginner Basics — Take More Images Than You Think You Need (preview)

Modern cameras introduce an entirely different shooting mentality to photographers. In the days of film, photographers would associate every click of the shutter with money being spent. In the modern era of photography, memory cards are inexpensive and camera shutters are resilient; a photographer can take as many images as they want! In many scenarios, […]

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2013 Spring Photo Contest Results (full story)

  The results are in! The 2013 Spring Photo Contest theme was Canadian Fall Landscapes. Thank you to our judge, Kelly Funk, for selecting the spring contest winners. We would also like to thank our sponsors for supplying the many great prizes. For a list of the prizes won please visit www.opcmagazine.com and check under […]

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