Tag Archives: Japanese

points of view

Toronto. Cameras of the last century tended to make a particular point of view easier. Cameras with rangefinders usually took an eye level view. Those with vertical viewfinders like some Kodaks and the famous TLRs took waist level shots – … Continue reading

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our November 20th talk – Celio Barreto on Japanese Photography

Toronto. Celio Barreto returns to talk on the “Closed Darkroom of the East“. Celio is an authority on Japanese photography. He currently teaches at Seneca College in Toronto. The material on Celio’s presentation is courtesy of Sonja Pushchak and the … Continue reading

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get wit da program

Toronto. The PHSC has hosted photography related speakers for over 4 decades. Our location or time seldom changes… third Wednesday every month but July and August at Memorial Hall in North York (Toronto). If the venue or times change, we … Continue reading

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Japanese Photography; Video editing

Toronto. PHSC, Wed, Mar 20 2019 at 7:30 pm In the BURGUNDY ROOM of Memorial Hall Japanese Photography in the Edo and Meiji Eras – Celio Barreto Video Editing – Mark Holtze We are pleased to present two speakers this … Continue reading

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Japanese Hand Made Camera Club

TOKYO, JAPAN, July – August 2008. In Tokyo, Japan, there is a camera club devoted to making and using unusual cameras. Editor Bob Lansdale has been in contact with Sam Mabuchi of the Japan Hand Made Camera Club which held … Continue reading

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