“Transitions” photo exhibition opening at Heron Rock Bistro » Raymond Pa...
Raymond Parker's "Transitions" photography show opens at the Heron Rock Bistro, in Victoria, BC
Gastown views from W. Cordova & Abbot Streets, 1984 » Raymond Parker...
The lofty "summits" that provided panoramic views of Vancouver's urban core in the eighties
New horizons: photographs from W. Broadway to the Dunsmuir Viaduct, Vanc...
Photos from a bicycle-assisted photo shoot in 1983 highlight Vancouver's changing skyline
Gerhard Juchum’s Lovers II: the sculpture and a photographic tribute » R...
A persistent artist triumphs over doubters to leave an enduring message of peace, love, and harmony.
Announcement: Upcoming photography show in Victoria, next month » Raymon...
Photography show, beginning November 2 (opening Sunday Nov. 8, 3-5 pm), at the Heron Rock Bistro, in Victoria, BC
Remembering Recording Film 2475 » Raymond Parker Photography
Peering into the past with Kodak's Recording film: a low-light experiment
Robson Street: a photographic memory » Raymond Parker Photography
By distinction, photography acts as one of the most powerful visual stimuli to memory and emotion.
Vintage Vancouver posters now available direct from city gallery
Raymond Parker's "Eighties Vancouver" collection finds a home at Time Frames Gallery, in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Blazing British Columbia: a smokey photo tour of the province’s interior
British Columbia's wildfires put a different light on a working trip from Vancouver, through the mountains of the province's hinterlands
Standing up for social democracy: Harry Leslie Smith’s odyssey
Harry Leslie Smith, survivor of the Great Depression and WWII, resists the modern forces of austerity.
Photographing the Robert Cameron Law Cycling Series Men’s Criterium
Focussing on bike racing at Victoria, BC's premiere cycling series
Looking back (and forth) at Ansel Adams’ Zone System
Can Ansel Adams' Zone System teach us anything about exposure and photographic vision in the digital age?