Tag Archives: Photographs

Classic Photographs Los Angeles

Toronto. Fed up with the rain and snow here in the Big Smoke? Join Stephen Bulger at the Classic Photographs show in L.A. this weekend on January 21, 22nd. Numerous dealers and classic photos available at the show. Dealers such as … Continue reading

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Book: Ritual by V. Pietropaolo out Feb 1, 2017

Toronto.  I received a nice email from Toronto photographer Vincenzo Pietropaolo last Friday announcing his latest book of photographs. Ritual – four decades of the Easter parade in Toronto’s little Italy,  will be printed and available the first of next … Continue reading

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Pictorialism and Leitz

Toronto. A century or more ago a trend in photography called Pictorialism took place and photography merged with art resulting in soft, slightly fuzzy and some times grainy images in monochrome tones usually other than black. Leitz belatedly responded with their … Continue reading

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Camerama Show January 22, 2017

Toronto. Gary Perry sent me a note last Tuesday, His January show will be the first out the chute this year. The Toronto Event will be held at the Edward Village Hotel on Yorkland Boulevard in the north end of … Continue reading

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Todd Korol, Photographer

Toronto. George Dunbar sent me this Instagram link to a Calgary Photographer Todd Korol.  Like many today, Todd chooses to use social media to display some of his work as well as his own website. You will need an Instagram account … Continue reading

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Remember the Japanese Internment in WW2?

Toronto. During the second world war (WW2) after Hong Kong and Pearl Harbour were  attacked and Japan entered the war on the side of Germany, Many Asian Canadian and American families on the west coast were relocated inland. A deadline … Continue reading

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19th C Photographic Cases and Wall Frames

Toronto. The Daguerreian Society sent me an email yesterday advising that the 3rd edition of Paul Berg’s book on 19th century cases and frames is now available. You can get the details and an order form here. If you collect … Continue reading

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PHSC Meetings 2016-7

Toronto. Programme Chair Les Jones has done his usual superlative job lining up our Toronto program right through to June of this year and our celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary. Les mentioned to us at our February executive meeting that the May 2017 program … Continue reading

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Lost America Found

Toronto. Today we have a multitude of old photos – nameless people and places, Some faded, some still pristine like the sample at the left. When I was a kid in Barrie, Joe Waterer had a camera store downtown called … Continue reading

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New Sallows Book Available

Toronto.  Last October we had the pleasure of hearing about Reuben R Sallows through the eyes of postcard specialist Mike Smith.  At the talk Mike mentioned that he and co-author Larry Mohring had an illustrated book on Sallows and his … Continue reading

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