PHSC News for May 2021 (Vol 20-11)

a tasty film camera …

Toronto. At right top of page 1 in the PHSC News newsletter is a disposable film camera made by the Candy Camera company for all you die-hard film fans.

As our 5th month of 2021 gets underway, our editor, Sonja and her team, have produced a thought-provoking May 2021 edition to take your mind off certain medical issues. Speaking of which, COVID-19 vaccinations are accelerating in spite of the COVID-19 variations world-wide. Vaccines and close adherence to common sense guidelines seem to be affecting the cases in a good way.

This latest issue of PHSC News (20-11) has a flock of delightful articles – short, crisp, and provocative as usual. Take a few moments and read our latest newsletter to ease your personal cares (and boredom)!

The page 1 article, ‘Vicarious Vacay‘ speaks to the neon lit dark and empty streets.  Next, under PHSC Presents is, “Dream of a Rarebit Fiend (1906)“, showing how creative special effects were around over a century ago in movies.. On page 3, the column STUDENT PHOTOBOOK“ announces the Ryerson University students very best photo books (sponsored by a grant from the PHSC); while page 4 features a whimsical look at “The Photography of an Abstract Expressionist” in the column called “THEORY INTO PRACTICE“.

Page 5 discusses “How to Success in Business Without Really Crying”  in the “MEDIA-ROLOGY” column’s take on our Premier’s recent TV appearance. David does his usual tongue-in-cheek Equipment Review, on the “The So Not Treasures from My Collection“ article about things we collect but are of rather little value; while page 7 has a trio of WEB LINKS of interest to us all.

And of course, Page 8 features a poster on our forth-coming ZOOM event  “A Conversation with Rita Godlevskis Editor and Publisher, PhotoEd Magazine. You may find the poster vaguely familiar since I used it in a recent post :-)! On page 9, Ivy & Izzy discuss “The Photography of  Many Happy Returns” quietly followed by John’s page of classifieds covering things we find interesting.

P.S. As usual, every link shown in the newsletter is a hot link just waiting for your click!

P.P.S. You can visit this issue by clicking here, or by g0ing to the menu item NEWSLETTER at the top of the page. There is a drop down menu that takes you to older issues dating back a couple of decades to the very beginning.

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