Friday, April 29, 2016

Project Instant V3.0 - Hold a Moment in Your Hand - Opening Night!

We'd like to thank everyone that submitted their work for the Project Instant V3.0 show, as well as everyone that attended the opening night reception! It was a great success. The Impossible Project 8x10 Portrait Sessions and the Fuji Instax Photo Booth were both a huge hit too! It was also wonderful to have Mark Appleton from Impossible Project there showing people how to use the Instant Lab. We hope everyone had lots of fun....we sure did!

Also a big thanks to everyone at Science World and The Capture Photography Festival for their support with hosting this show.

Wayne from kindly put together this great video for us as well! Thanks, Wayne for capturing the event.


Congratulations to the winners in all categories!

Favourite Overall Photo was Melissa Partee "Little Mountain"

Runner Up from All Categories was Gregory Dawe "Child & Chair"

Integral Film Photo Winner - Christine Hagemoen "PNE 2010"

Integral Film Photo from a Digital Source Winner - Penny Parry "High Wind"

Mixed Media Artwork Winner - Chris Evans "Shadow"

Other Format Instant Films Winner - Roger Hur "Family 1"

Judge's Choice Photo Winners:

Judge: Jason Winner: Christine Hagemoen "Still Life 1999"

Judge: Chick Winner: Stasja Voluti "Tell Him You Saw Me"

Judge: Mila Winner: Stasja Voluti "L'appel du Vide"

Staff Pick Winner: Brendan Meadows "Rhi Blossom & Buddy"

Wednesday, April 13, 2016


We have replaced our hard working Canon EOS 70D DSLR with Canon's new EOS 80D DSLR. Improvements relative to the 70D is a new, higher resolution 24.2 megapixel sensor, a 45 point all cross type AF system, 1080p 60fps video recording & larger buffer. I personally like the 3x-10x digital video zoom feature, as it allows me to get much closer to wildlife and still preserve the 1080p resolution than I would without it.  The large tilt screen with touch function is also quite useful, as is the NFC/WiFi function.

Anna's Hummingbird & nest - Canon EOS 80D + Canon 100-400mm f4.5~5.6L IS II.

Great Horned Owl fledgling - Canon EOS 80D + Canon 600mm f4L.