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Best Outdoor Venues for Photography

Whether you are looking to have some photos taken, or you are a photographer yourself, nothing beats a beautiful outdoor photograph. It doesn’t matter if you are in the middle of wild nature or on a bustling city street, natural light creates the ideal environment for a photographer. Here...

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Don’t Miss Our Special August Promotion

Only available until September 1st, 2016 but redeemable until September 1st 2017! In the Digital I Course, a Learn Photography Canada instructor will provide a fun and interactive hands-on lesson in digital photography. Students will learn the best tricks to taking professional looking photographs, and most importantly – learn...

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Photography Trends to Watch Out for in 2017

As a photographer, it is always important to be in touch with the latest trends in photography. Even if it is not something you are a fan of, knowing the trends will help you when meeting with potential clients. Here are a few of the trends that have made...

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Want to Improve Your Photography?

Often we take a photography class, go home, put our camera gear away and leave it there until we go on a holiday. On our holiday, we pick up our camera only to find we’ve forgotten everything we learned in the photography class.  What can you do to keep...

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Top 5 Photogenic Spots in Ottawa

Learn Photography Canada is so excited to announce that we now have a franchise location in Ottawa! Ottawa joins Calgary, Edmonton, Kelowna, Fraser Valley, and Red Deer as the sixth Learn Photography location.   Ottawa is the lovely capitol city of Canada, home to beautiful architecture and natural scenery....

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Using Live View VS the Eye Viewfinder

  In most DSLR cameras, the photographer has two options for autofocus: live view and viewfinder. Which to use is contested amongst photographers, however we – and most professionals – believe that using the eye viewfinder is the best option. Here are the differences between the two, and why...

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Can’t Afford a Macro Lens? Consider Extension Tubes

Have you ever tried to photograph a small flower, a figurine, some jewellery you made or an ornate button or medallion? You try to fill the frame of your viewfinder with your object, but the camera will not focus. Then you have to get so far away from your...

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Photographing on the Beach

Photographing on the Beach   In December 2015, we discussed photographing snow. Now that it’s summer, let’s talk about beaches and water.  Like snow, beaches and water are bright and reflective, both of which fool the light meter in our cameras. Without getting too technical, when we are photographing...

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5 Tips for Practicing Photography in the Summer

  The summer season is the perfect time to get outdoors and put your photography skills to use! When the weather is perfect – there is absolutely no excuse not to brush off your camera you neglected all winter. Use these tips to get inspired to go outside and...

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Travelling with Camera Gear?

If you’re holiday involves a flight to another country, or crossing the US border, you could save yourself a big hassle when you return.  You may be questioned about your gear when you arrive back home to ensure you didn’t buy the gear whilst abroad.  To cover yourself, register...

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