Tag Archives: video

10th annual BMO World Film Festival Oct 11-21 at AGH

Toronto. It’s hard to imagine, but our neighbours in Hamilton are hosting their 10th Annual BMO World Film Festival.  The festival is hosted by the Art Gallery of Hamilton and will run from October 11th to October 21st of this year. … Continue reading

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Deep Sea Photography – review

Toronto. Our second speaker of the April meeting was Meaghan Ogilvie, an underwater photographer.  Like Ms Joyce, Meaghan wanted to promote family, in  her case to make better known and raise research funds for a rare, currently incurable condition, Multiple System … Continue reading

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Movies with a Fran 8K

Toronto. Ever hear of a Fran 8K camcorder? I didn’t either until an email hit my desk last Saturday morning. The resolution is huge (47.7 MP at 24 fps)  and the concept timely. The camera, available for order late this … Continue reading

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Snoping out fauxtography

Toronto. Was this heat wave REALLY so hot that cars melted in Arizona? Does the claim pass the smell test? Yeah,right! For many years the Snopes site has helped us mere mortals perform a decent smell test. Our customers occasionally … Continue reading

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Holtze on modern video editing

Toronto. Video Editing – Mark Holtze CANCELLED Mark sends his regrets. He will be out of town when we hold the June 2018 meeting and has asked to be rescheduled. We were first introduced to Mark when he recorded one of … Continue reading

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A more than fair review by video

Toronto. Mark Holtz dropped by our fair on October 15th with his little daughter. Mark took the next couple of weeks and edited the video he shot at our show and posted to YouTube. Thanks for the review, Mark! Louise … Continue reading

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float like a butterfly …

Toronto. My friend Russ Forfar dropped me a note the other day. Russ found refence on a BBC web page about a camera capable of shooting 1,000 frames a second making a fast moving object seem to be stationary to … Continue reading

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Visiting the Family Camera Exhibit at the ROM

Toronto.  Both Bob Lansdale and Wayne Gilbert were a bit under the weather Tuesday night (May 30th), so Carol’s cousin Al dropped me off at Kipling Subway and I came to the ROM via the better way. Fortunately as I walked … Continue reading

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Interesting cameras and videos from Nikon

Toronto. Links from PHSc member and friend George Dunbar are always of interest to members. This Nikon link introduces a trio of unique KeyMission cameras. They interact with your smart phone. Each camera has a different field of view – … Continue reading

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Rescued Film Project Redux

Toronto. My friend Russ Forfar sent me this follow up to the Rescued Film Project post. Interesting videos and a purpose to rescuing anonymous photographs is explained in this short article posted by Al Jazeera.

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