Tag Archives: photographers

about the distaff side …

Toronto. Since the beginning of photography, the vast majority of photographers have been male. Rare exceptions have occurred such as Julia Margaret Cameron in the mid 1800s (she was one of the portrait photographers presented by the late Gerry Loban). … Continue reading

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today’s worthless junk …

Toronto. … tomorrow’s rare historical artifact. In the 1930’s the FSA photographers recorded farm and rural life as affected by drought and depression. To be sure only chosen images were printed, all outtakes were uniquely marked as rejects. George Dunbar … Continue reading

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some say film …

Toronto. … others say analog (or analogue). But whatever you call the old emulsion and liquid chemistry-based photography, the prints have a certain je ne sais quoi charm and look about them. Our favourite editor, Rita Godlevskis, at PhotoEd sent me a … Continue reading

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where the girls are

Toronto. Many photographers over the years were female, in spite of the majority being male. Some members have researched the history of women in photography, and occasionally given a presentation on the topic. Any discussion of women in photography brings … Continue reading

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summer in the city

Toronto. Editor Rita Godlevskis just keeps on creating these wonderful issues! Great work Ms Godlevskis! Rita is the person in charge (editor) at PhotoEd magazine. Take a few minutes and browse all the amazing talent on display. There is both … Continue reading

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Photographic Canadiana Vol 47-4

Toronto. This is our second issue by interim editors, David Bridge and Louise Freyburger who ably stepped up to the challenge of producing the journal after we lost our previous editor, the late Bob Lansdale, last summer. Members WITH an … Continue reading

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PHSC News newsletter for January 2022

Toronto. The Voigtlander Bergheil shown here is from the right top of page 1 in this month’s PHSC News newsletter. A Bergheil model was a favourite camera of Brassai when he haunted French street life. Well, most of us made … Continue reading

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quirks and quotes

Toronto.  The old bromide “a photo is worth a thousand words” was around when I was a kid. Petapixel built on this theme by offering an article “70 Inspirational Quotes for Photographers” by TAMMY LAMOUREUX back on  MAY 29, 2014. The … Continue reading

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Photographic Canadiana Vol 47-1

Toronto. Our editor is at it again – its been a bit windy and soggy here in the big smoke. Bob Lansdale had this issue nearly ready weeks ago and has 47-2 well underway! Yesterday, members WITH an email address received … Continue reading

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a little thanks

Toronto. … goes a long way. March 8th was International Woman’s Day. PHSC celebrated on the day via Instagram. Our fav magazine editor, Rita Godlevskis of PhotoEd, celebrated IWD with this message celebrating all the women who have helped her … Continue reading

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