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a photograph never lies …

Toronto. As a kid  some 70+ years ago, this was a common bromide, “a photograph never lies”.  As I grew older and learned to develop my own prints, I learned that photographs could and did lie!  Most negatives were simply … Continue reading

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Urban Exploration with a Camera January 15, 2020

Toronto. Meeting, Wed, Jan 15 2020 at 7:00 pm BURGUNDY ROOM, Memorial Hall Urban Explorations with a Camera – Chris Luckhardt Welcome to our first presentation of the new year! We are pleased to have Chris speak on Urban Exploration with … Continue reading

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springtime in Alaska

Toronto. In the late 1950s I worked in Labrador and at a Christmas concert in Schefferville, Quebec. Some of the girls sang this song which Johnny Cash recorded in 1965. This tune came to mind when my friend Harold Staats … Continue reading

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PHSC News for September 2019

Toronto. Editor Sonja Pushchak and her team serve up a tasty newsletter issue to kick off our fall session after the summer break. The issue begins with some photos by the late Jane Hope Bown of Britain. Next page introduces … Continue reading

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Photographic Canadiana 38-4

Toronto. The latest issue of Photographic Canadiana is set to be printed shortly. Editor Lansdale has created an exciting issue to wrap up the current 2012/3 season. A milestone event is the publication of part one of the thesis from … Continue reading

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