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  • Year in Review….

    Year in Review….

    Kennebecasis Valley firefighters George Cole, left, and Grant Graham, carry a cage with two dogs that were rescued along with their owner from a car that ended up partially submerged in the Renforth Bog along Highway 1 in Rothesay on Sunday morning. The vehicle hydroplaned, striking and going over the …
  • 2018 Black Friday/Cyber Monday Photo Deals

    2018 Black Friday/Cyber Monday Photo Deals

    Lots of great deals out there for Black Friday/Cyber Monday…but which ones are the best? I’ve gone through the flyers/online deals and here are the ones I’d recommend! Note these are Canadian based vendors only, with current exchange rates most US deals probably won’t end up being great deals. (282)
  • How to Photograph the Orionid Meteor Shower in 2022

    How to Photograph the Orionid Meteor Shower in 2022

    The annual Orionid Meteor Shower is peaking in the evening of October 21st-22nd! Not the busiest shower, with usually 25 meteors an hour! But still a good opportunity,  so get out your tripods, get a cup of coffee, and go photograph them! Here’s some tips on how! (974)
  • Made It Halfway Through Your Photo 365 And Need Some Ideas/Inspiration?

    Made It Halfway Through Your Photo 365 And Need Some Ideas/Inspiration?

    Congrats for making it this far with your Photo 365/Project365! It’s called a challenge for a reason! But you might be having a hard time coming up with some ideas…so how about a few from the Learn Photo365 Photography Assignment app to help you back on track! (260)
  • How To Photograph The Geminid Meteor Shower

    How To Photograph The Geminid Meteor Shower

    The annual Geminid Meteor Shower is peaking on overnight on December 13 and 14th (Monday evening until dawn Tuesday!)  It’s the busiest one, but unfortunately the moon will be out so the best time will be between 3am and dawn 🙁 So get out your tripods, get a cup of …