Photography


CreationsOfLA: Today's Notable Young Entrepreneur

CreationsOfLA: Today's Notable Young Entrepreneur

Photographer, designer, videographer, visual director, brand manager, all-around artist – no matter the title you apply, CreationsOfLA's creative work is an inspiration for others in a crowd of other creators. Even Snoop Dogg will vouch for that... Elevator Pitch: Describe...
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Aldona B: Meet Calgary's Sartorialist

Stylist, reporter, fashion photographer and blogger are just a few of the things on Miss Barutowicz’s plate these days. Known as the Street Style Huntress, Aldona covers Calgary street style for Swerve Magazine and two BRZ districts, bringing the spirit of the Sartorialist to Calgary with her brilliant eye for chic self-expression
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We were there: 'Captured' by Zark Fatah at Andrew Richard Designs

Last night, we hit Andrew Richard Designs for Captured, an evening of art both hosted and created by Toronto nightlife fixture Zark Fatah. The event showcased Fatah’s intimate images of India to raise funds for India’s impoverished youth through the YP-run charity Artbound
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Cosmopolis Proves Toronto Could Be The Most Diverse City in the World

Depending on the resource you’re consulting, the number of countries in the world is usually somewhere around 190. Photographer Colin Boyd Shefer made it his goal to find a person from every single one of those countries who currently calls Toronto home, learn their story, and photograph them. He’s already at 180
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Julie Clairmont of Lord Photo: Today's Notable Young Professional

Today's Notable Young Professional is Lord Photo General Manager Julie Clairmont, whose Montreal photo shop continues to be an industry leader despite the emergence of online camera shops and big box stores since her grandfather first established the business back in 1938
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The 10 Most Photographed Spots in Toronto

According to Sitesmap.com, a super-cool interactive map that utilizes geo-tagging, these are the most photographed locations in downtown T.O. – aka, south of Bloor. We suspect this list is the fault of tourists everywhere. Disagree? Hit us with some of your favourite Toronto shots
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A Good Eye: Mike Palmer's Roaming Focus

Mike Palmer’s a photographer. And these days, that’s a hard commitment to make. In a world where nearly everyone you meet has a camera with them at all times, it can be hard to be taken seriously. But then you see his work and you know. You know that what he’s producing is art
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Selfies: Enough Please!

Pucker your lips, bat your eyes, stare at your phone and put your duck face on. SNAP! Take your picture! It is time, once and for all, to break the silence and confront this abnormally self-centered trend that has been annoyingly invading our social networks
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The Kevin O'Leary You Don't Know

Despite his hard-nosed and intimidating reputation on CBC’s Dragons’ Den, Kevin O’Leary was warm and welcoming on Tuesday for the launch of his first-ever photo exhibit, Kevin O’Leary: 40 Years of Photography, at First Canadian Place in Toronto
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