Michael Winsor is a professional photographer from the small outport community of Pools Island, Newfoundland. Through his passion in landscape photography, Michael has built a reputation in producing stunning low light landscape images. With his love of exploring the natural world, he is known as a leader in fine art landscape images of Newfoundland & Labrador.
An exciting competition for group entries from photography organizations, clubs, groups, schools and associations around the world. CAPA is a Patron of this competition, and as such, CAPA medals will be awarded. All entries will be evaluated by CAPA trained judges.
2017 CAPA Annual Meeting Agenda
Get your entries in for the 2017 Red River Ex Photo Salon. Entries must be in by Friday May 26, 2017. Theme is open – more information here: http://www.redriverex.com/competitions/photo-contest/
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I have always been intrigued by seashores, from my earliest memories of English, Irish, Welsh and European beaches to later experiences of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans bordering Canada, the U.S. and Central and South America. My preference is for shorelines that are somewhat remote – certainly not highly populated by sunbathers and swimmers.
Langley Camera Club Fraser Valley Invitational on Sat., May 13, 2017. Doors open at 6:30. Show time: 7:30
Tickets on sale Dec 14, 2016. Price: $18 with PayPal and $20 at the door. Address: Clayton Heights Secondary School, 7003 – 188 Street, Surrey.
Come for the Conference, Stay for the Party! When Canada turns 150 on July 1 2017, participants at CAPA’s Canadian Camera Conference 2017 will be poised to take part in the festivities in Ottawa.