Photojournalism still matters. Witness some prime examples of that with these links to great best of 2016 images from photojournalists from across Canada. Will add more as I come across them, if you have any suggestions, email me.
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I hope you find these tips useful! If so, it would be awesome if you would check out my LearnPhoto365 Photography Assignment Generator Apps on the app store and the Google Play store, a unique photography app that's meant to inspire you to take great photos!
Perfect for anyone taking part in a Photo 365 challenge, there are over a hundred individual assignments and hundreds of thousands of potential random ones. Versions available for iPhone/iPod and iPad, including free versions so you can try them out! Full details, including reviews and tour videos of the apps can be found at www.learnphoto.ca/apps Even if you only download the free version that would help get it up the app store lists!
Graduation time is upon us, and if you have a child or relative crossing that stage for their high school or university graduation, you’ll want to get the best photographs possible. Here are some tips for doing just that! (1022)
Summertime is upon us, which means concerts and music festivals! Not only can you enjoy the sounds of a concert or festival, you can record the sights with you camera! Here are some tips on how to get some great photos! (804)
The annual Geminid Meteor Shower is peaking on the nights of December 13 and 14th! It’s the busiest one, so get out your tripods, get a cup of coffee, and go shoot them with some friends! Here’s some tips on how! (1420)
Snow. It’s a fact of life in Canada. Each winter, Canadians are subjected to hundreds of inches of white stuff that needs to be moved out of the way. And with each snowstorm, we get all bundled up, trudge out into the winter wasteland, and fire up the snowblower/pick up …