Fuji and Adobe FINALLY sort out raw proceessing Photoshop + Firmware upd...
FUJI are on a bit of a roll this weekend. The X-T1 is becoming available worldwide, there are lots of camera and lens firmware updates and t
Giant, inflatable 'Duffy' used to launch call for Senate referendum
Using a giant inflatable likeness of Sen. Mike Duffy to represent largesse and wasteful spending in the upper chamber, the Canadian Taxpayer
Photographer Ordered to Stay in Jail After Cheating Wedding Clients - Pe...
How not to run a wedding photography business: Take deposits from clients, don't show up for the weddings and skip town before the law catch
The First Video Review of the Upcoming $10K+ Canon 200-400mm f/4L IS 1.4x
Buzz around the upcoming Canon 200-400mm f/4L IS 1.4x is heating up. Australian photographer Joshua Holko recently had the opportunity to pl
Award-Winning Washington Post Photo DQed for Excessive Photoshopping
There have been several controversies surrounding award-winning photography of late. First there was photographer Harry Fisch, who had his N
Wedding Photographer Threatened with Ludicrous $300,000 Lawsuit
Photographer and entrepreneur Gary Fong was recently contacted by a wedding photographer who found himself in a pickle: after doing a "great
Photographer Joe Klamar Explains His Controversial Olympic Portraits
AFP photographer Joe Klamar's portraits of US Olympic athletes have caused a firestorm of controversy in the past week, with people calling
What a DSLR’s CMOS Sensor Looks Like Under a Microscope
Jack over at the astrophotography blog The Landingfield has published a series of photographs showing what a digital camera's CMOS sensor lo
Photographing our obsession with plastic surgery - The World Daily
Tiana. (All photos by Phil Toledano) “(Plastic surgery) is the opposite of mortality. It is the denial of death,” says Phil Toledano. The Lo
Georgia students organize school’s first integrated prom | Toronto Star
After Prom Queen Quanesha Wallace couldn’t go to Prom King’s dance, she decided to do something about it — and helped organize Wilcox County
'Negro' will no longer be used on US Census surveys
WASHINGTON (AP) - After more than a century, the Census Bureau is dropping its use of the word 'Negro' to describe black Americans in survey
Corset maker Melanie Talkington’s career is a cinch | Toronto Star
Designer’s private collection to be displayed in the Louvre
Shark wrestler fired after charity discovers he was vacationing while on...
Paul Marshallsea was filmed yanking a 1.8 metre-long shark away from waders at Caloundra beach near Brisbane in January.
After 140 years and a review of 2000 volumes of documents, Métis win lan...
The decision opens the door to claims by the Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF) to 1.4 million acres of land, including Winnipeg and the surrou
Casey Legler, former Olympic swimmer, becomes first female to sign male ...
Former Olympic swimmer Casey Legler is taking the modelling world by storm as the first female to sign a contract with a major agency for ma
Scugog Ice fisherman still has to pay $5,000 rescue bill | Toronto Star
Town of Scugog council will continue to charge for ice rescues though it may waive the fee if a donation to charity is made.
Ontario must stop imprisonment by race: Editorial | Toronto Star
New data obtained by the Star show that aboriginal and black youth in Ontario are far more likely to spend time in jail.
Unequal Justice: Mother, sons sucked into criminal justice system | Toro...
The case of a Toronto family illustrates how young black men can get caught up in the criminal justice system, and how it can be hard to get
$115 Sam Adams Utopias beer sell out in hours at LCBO | Toronto Star
As expected LCBO's 400 bottles of much-hyped craft beer Samuel Adams Utopias sold out in hours. No disputes in the aisles, though, as it was