WPC is the only international photographic competition where a photographer can represent their country. This should make anyone proud to participate. Entry for your yourself and Canada.
It was a life-changing moment for Stefan Malloch and it put Canada on the podium for the first time in what is considered the Olympics of photography.
Well, When in Rome … you’ll be able to check out an award-winning photograph taken by a local Cochrane photographer.
A Cochrane photographer who captured downtown Calgary during last spring’s COVID-19 lockdown made it to the podium in the “Olympics of photography.”
Ammara Sadiq’s shot of a ballerina floating over water has been nominated Top 10 in the best portrait category at this year’s World Photographic Cup.
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Inspired by the piercing looks of the father and one of his sons, Stéphanie Lachance followed her instinct: in two minutes, she had a jewel in her hands. Today his photo is among the 10 finalists in the Portrait category of the World Photographic Cup.
It might be hard to imagine what an orthopedic surgeon and a photographer have in common. But according to Whistler’s Paul Wright, who has had successful careers in both fields, it’s more than you think.
Local professional photographer Greg Schurman will be representing Canada at the 2018 World Photographic Cup.His image, titled Corporate Spiral, was among the top three in the commercial category of a national competition.
Capturing moments in time has been Louise Vessey’s passion for more than 20 years. And 2013 has certainly been a memorable year for this Charlottetown photographer who had her own perfect picture moment …