Columnists
Image from Project MARIA. Image: Lesia Maruschak
June Chua | In Project MARIA, Lesia Maruschak constructs a visual memory of the horrors of the 1932-1933 famine in Soviet Ukraine through two books, installations, a film, textile sculptures and lectures.
Columnists
June Chua | Toronto photographer Adam Zivo is launching a new project to counter hate and prejudice in the wake of the U.S. travel ban that targets people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | Recent revelations of the misuse and alteration of images and plagiarism were enabled by journalists, photographers and academics using the search and collaboration capacities of the web.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | Right now there are a handful of ways to get our ideas out of our heads and into our computers. These are, of course, the limitations of our hands, our imaginations and our devices.
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Wayne MacPhail | We now have the capacity to deliver photo essays to mobile devices that have a resolution that rivals the finest publications. But they depend on one thing for their success -- powerful images.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | The year was 1888 and the Kodak Camera was born. Now 128 years later, it is instructive to consider that photographic device, and its progeny.
Blog
Svea Vikander, bar
Svea Vikander | As former CBC talkshow host Jian Ghomeshi goes to trial for four counts of sexual assault this month, Canada is forced to confront its attitudes about sex, consent and the validity of victims' stories
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | One of the great mistakes of using a smartphone for video or stills is to treat it like a point-and-shoot camera. Wayne MacPhail is here with a few tips to get your results to shine.
Podcast
Susan Silas
Charlene Sayo | The NYC artist and essayist discusses memory, time, sex and women artists within the context of death and decay.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | In Canada, the image of Aylan Kurdi, reinterpreted by somber political cartoonists and repeated on site after site in the latter half of last week, wrought political fallout. But will it bring change?
Podcast
Nona Faustine
Charlene Sayo | The Brooklyn born and raised photographer shares the stories behind her latest series, "White Shoes," New York's slave trading history and why #BlackLivesMatter.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Multidisciplinary artist Rehab Nazzal has taken a series of pictures of the Dead Sea from Jordan and from the occupied West Bank. In the photographs from the West Bank, we see no water at all.