Tag Archives: D-Day

when art and science collide

Toronto. This post is about 3D, not media nor lenses nor cameras, all of which also benefit from scientific analysis. In the days of film and glass-plates, the angle/distance between our eyes was used to create two images – one … Continue reading

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The Amalgamated Photo History Newsletters Vol 2-5 (May 2021)

Toronto. A couple of special items are reproduced here in our special members-only supplement. As a member of the PHSC, you received this supplement Friday, the 21st of May. Vol 2-5 was sent out last Friday afternoon to all current members … Continue reading

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Juno Beach 75 years ago today

Toronto. June 6th, 1944 was a memorable day. The famous D-Day landings took place on the beaches of Normandy. Canada took Juno Beach in a spectacular fashion. Editor Bob Lansdale has made it his challenge to see that the event … Continue reading

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scooping the war

Toronto. A few days back George Dunbar dropped me an email about an  article in the magazine/website Canada’s History called “Scooping the War“. Those of us who are old enough or who were blessed as news photographers know full well … Continue reading

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June 6th commemorated D-Day landing in 1944

Toronto. Are you old enough to remember the June 6, 1944 D-Day landing of allied troops on the beaches of Normandy 74 years ago? The few remaining film clips of that epochal landing are all Canadian although they are often … Continue reading

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Cine coverage of D-Day landing in WW2 – the saga continues

Toronto.  The story of the cine coverage of the D-Day Landings in France has taken a final twist.  Editor of Photographic Canadiana, Robert Lansdale, has confirmed that video images are from three boats and by automatic cameras mounted on the … Continue reading

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Photographic Canadiana 43-2

Toronto. We did the address covers and the printing at the top of this Labour Day weekend. Your copy will be in the mail shortly – if you are a member! Not a member yet? No problem. There is a … Continue reading

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