Here’s to a GOLD medal and Top 10 finishes! Thank you to all the Canadian photographers that provided us with images in order to assemble this top notch team.
Boss the Spirit Bear is a rare and elusive species in Canada. I am proud to have the opportunity to photograph and showcase him to the world.
So very proud & humble to have received 6th place in the Nature category on this World Stage.
Earning 8th Place for an immortal image featuring the unique architecture of the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Three Canadian photographers, including Deborah MacEwen of Warman, are among the Top 10 in the world and have images shooting for the podium at the 9th edition of the World Photographic Cup.
MacEwen’s photo of a whale’s tale popping out of the ocean in Alaska has landed her in the finals of the World Photographic Cup. She joins CBC Radio now on today’s show from Warman, Sask.
Michelle Valberg’s iconic image, of ‘Boss’, a rare spirit bear, taken in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, is featured on a scarf made of recycled plastic bottles.
A fine art nature wildlife photographer from Warman, SK, Deborah MacEwen, was one of hundreds around the world asked to submit photos to the World Photographic Cup.
A Saskatchewan woman is making her mark on a global stage after one of her nature photographs made the the top 10 at the World Photographic Cup (WPC).
Team Canada is thrilled to announce that Louis-Philippe Provost’s architectural image is a WORLD TOP 10 in the Commercial category of the World Photographic Cup.