Tag Archives: landscape

that’s how the light gets in

Toronto. Did you ever wonder how Chevalier managed to make the first camera for Daguerre complete with a lens before 1839 ? The lens had been designed a quarter century earlier c1812 by the  Englishman Wollaston as a landscape lens … Continue reading

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time to learn more …

Toronto. Our friends down in Niagara are tackling the current COVID-19 pandemic with a series of on line speakers. The NFRCC is linking with Hunt’s Photo and Video in New England to present their monthly speaker program. The NFRCC says, “[it] is … Continue reading

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swingin’ at the seance

Toronto. Did you ever notice that the earliest daguerreotypes where a bit odd? Street scenes showed vehicles or people as ghostly apparitions at best. And people shots were mostly very, very stiff, formal studio portraits. Scenes in motion or at … Continue reading

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Internet Mountains – Photographer Clive Holden

Toronto. How long have we had digital photography and the internet? Decades? Well, someone had to use the new technology combined with the old to create modern day landscape images. Member Stephen Bulger is hosting an exhibit – his second … Continue reading

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Brian Matiash Photography

Toronto. The other day I received an email from Brian Matiash with a sampling of his blogs. One article caught my eye – a discussion of how and why he migrated to G-Technology drives (Which I have used for some … Continue reading

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Khumbu glacier in gigaplex

Toronto, October 28, 2013. Last December Ken Metcalfe out on the West Coast sent me an interesting article from the Washington Post. David Breashears photographed  the erosion of the Khumbu glacier (next to Mount Everest) from the inroads of climate … Continue reading

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