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Zoom Photo on Telephoto Lenses
In this video, Michèle Grenier explains why she prefers to work with telephoto lenses rather than fixed lenses. As a bonus, discover a trick to adjust your speed and avoid motion blur!Read Blog Entry
Shooting Film in 2021
Today, digital cameras dominate the market. Canon, Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus... all introduce new models with innovative technologies every year. But what about the old film cameras? In Kam's opinion, it is very interesting for any photographer to incorporate this medium to his arsenal and here is why!Read Blog Entry
How to Choose Your First Photo or Video Camera?
With so many cameras and lenses on the market, choosing your first camera can be a daunting task. Fortunately, we're here to help!Read Blog Entry
Charlevoix in The Mist
We've all heard about the magnificent sunsets over the St. Lawrence River, which we contemplate with delight while traveling on the south shore of the river. So, when we are on the other side, on the north shore, what time is the colorful show that makes photographers run?Read Blog Entry
How to Prepare Your Photos For Printing
Do you dream of seeing your favorite images decorating the walls of your home? Follow these simple steps to prepare your photo prints and make that dream a reality today!Read Blog Entry
5 Secrets to Photograph Your Children
How do we capture the precious moments of our little ones? In this blog entry, discover 5 secrets to help you preserve these memories for life.Read Blog Entry
Three Macro Projects That Feel Good!
Limited topics and travel? No creativity? Need a change of mind... or a change of scenery? Here are three macro projects that are good for you!Read Blog Entry
Wide Angle Over The River
As soon as you think of collecting bits and pieces of the grandiose landscapes offered by the St. Lawrence River with your camera, you realize that to do justice to the magnitude of the panorama, you need to be able to capture them from side to side with a wide angle lens.Read Blog Entry
Essential Accessories For Your Home Studio
Maybe it's the glamour of it all, but many photographers want to set up their own home studio. In this blog entry, discover Thierry Senécal's favorite accessories for a simple and efficient home studio shoot.Read Blog Entry
Five Important Aspects Not to Neglect When Taking Culinary Photos
We have all wanted to immortalize a successful dish at one time or another. However, food photography is much more complex than it may seem. Here are 5 tips that Valérie recommends in order to succeed in your photos of your dishes in natural light.Read Blog Entry
4 Home Decoration Tips Using Your Own Photos
Photo books, prints, coasters: a multitude of items are available to decorate your home. The only limit is your imagination!Read Blog Entry
Documenting a Trip in The Heart of The Oldest Desert in The World
when his friend and fellow journalist Gary Lawrence offered to accompany him to the Namib Desert for a report in Namibia, Mathieu Dupuis said: Okay. I'm not particularly the desert type, but I'm interested.Read Blog Entry
How to Take Better Photos of Your Pet?
Many amateur photographers will one day want to immortalize their pets to keep an imperishable memory of them. This challenge is interesting, espacially since your subject is usually available.
Discover Daniel Dupont's tips to spend hours of pleasure immortalizing your four-legged companion.
A Few Pro Tips to Start on Bird Photography
With the current pandemic, many are turning to bird watching - and rightly so. For some, it is a therapy while for others it is a real challenge. Fortunately, birds are everywhere. In this article you will read about a few tips to start on bird photography.Read Blog Entry
Take Awesome Winter Pictures... Without Freezing!
People who love the heat of summer are often upset when the cold season starts looming on the horizon. What can you do about it? Here are four tips for taking winter pictures without freezing!Read Blog Entry
How do Camera Lens Filters Work And Which One to Choose
Beyond the camera and the lens, there are a myriad of accessories in photography and video that enhance your ability to create with even more freedom and control. As you progress as a photographer or videographer, some of these accessories become indispensable for your creative needs. After the tripod, lens filters tend to become part of your permanent gear pretty early in the process. But how to know which filter to use? Here’s a look at 4 of the most common types to help you understand the basics of photographic lens filters!Read blog entry
Gift Guide For Successful Virtual Holiday Parties
Whether it's with a new camera, a tripod or a ringlight, we offer you in this article all the solutions you need to celebrate together and immortalize some precious moments with your family.Read Blog Entry
Shooting HDR Pictures Handheld
In this blog entry, Daniel Dupont explains what is an HDR picture and how to take one, handheld.Read Blog Entry
Which Lens Should You Use in Sports Photography?
Wondering what lenses make the best sports photography come to life? One thing is certain: it isn’t just a question of focal length – it’s when to use them. In this blog entry, Michèle Grenier is presenting a few tips to guide you in your choice in the midst of a vast array of photographic lenses.Read Blog Entry
How to Make The Most of The Golden Hour in Photography
Any photographer would say that it's almost impossible to mess up a photo taken at the golden hour.
In this latest blog post, find out how to take advantage of golden hour on your next photo shoot!
How to Unlock Your Smartphone Camera's Full Potential
It's no secret, we all use our phones to take pictures.
In this article, discover a short guide to what you need to know to discover the full potential of mobile photography!
Creating Stunning Biking Photos Using a Flash
If you want to explore different photographic genres and you like to surpass yourself, it is quite possible that you will try the experience of sports photography. It can be stimulating and requires a certain technical mastery.
Discover how Daniel Dupont uses flash to create spectacular images.
The Huayhuash Trek in Peru
For Catherine Simard, the Huayhuash trek in Peru is certainly one of the most beautiful photo treks she has done so far.Read Blog Entry
The Best Techniques to Make The Best of Your Bird Pictures
Bird photography is one of the most demanding photographic genres. You will have to learn to control your equipment, the light, your environment, while your subjects (the birds!) do not listen to your instructions about where they should land to get the best lighting.
In this article, discover some tips to improve your results and perfect your techniques.
10 Things You Should Know Before You Start Doing Night Photography
If you have never done night photography, at first it can seem intimidating. There are many techniques to shoot the stars, some simpler and some more complex. But don’t worry, the basics are very easy to learn.Read Blog Entry
Techniques to be a True Ninja
Do you like to make spontaneous and striking images?
Capturing intense / unique / hilarious / moving moments is an art in itself. Discover Michèle Grenier's techniques to make it happen!
The Equipment To Make A Success Of Your Bird Photography
Bird photography is definitely a booming activity! Want to get started but don't know where to start? Discover Daniel Dupont's material recommendations in his most recent article!Read Blog Entry
What Should You Look For When Purchasing A Printer?
Find out the three things to consider when buying a printer for your photo printing projects. Tips that will help you make an informed choice!Read Blog Entry
Photographing Antarctica: The Experience Of A Lifetime
Antarctica is the dream of every photographer with an interest in nature. During an expedition on the ice continent, countless photo opportunities present themselves to us at all times.
Discover Kam Vachon's adventure in the land of glaciers!
A Journey To The Geysers, Volcanoes & Flamingos Paradise
Discover Catherine Simard's photographic trip to Chile and Bolivia, two dream places for photographers!Read Blog Entry
How To Improve The Rendering Of Your Photos Using A Polarizinf Filter
If you practice landscape or travel photography, the polarizing filter could help improve the rendering of your photos.
According to Daniel Dupont, the polarizing filter is an essential that should have its place in the photo bag of all photographers who want to create brilliant images.
Expert Advices : Food Photography
In this expert advice capsule [French only], Mathieu Nantel, Advisor at our Gosselin store in Laval, presents his tips and tricks to follow to impress your friends with the photos of your culinary creations!Watch Video
How To Do An Easy Macro Project At Home
It's not always easy to stay creative in your photography when you're cooped up at home!
In this article, Michèle Grenier suggests a macro photography project that is easy to reproduce at home!
Film Photography : Why Are Photographers Interested In It Again?
You have certainly noticed it, but lately more and more photographers, young or not so young, are interested in film photography.
Read why in this blog entry!
Frame rate and shutter speed are a bit of a confusing term when it comes to video.
Whether it's for videography or for a vlogger, there are basic rules to adopt and that's what Louis-Charles Bourgeois presents in this capsule.
6 Tips & Tricks To Make Better Videos With Your Phone
You would like to make video, but you don't know where to start? Using your phone as a camera is ideal! Here are the 6 tips from Benoit Chamberland to make better videos with a phone!
Although this video is only in French, you could learn a lot about Mobile Videography.
3 Tips To Help You Get Your Most Beautiful Spring Photos
The nice weather is just around the corner and it's time to take out your camera and rubber boots!
In this article, Michèle Grenier presents your 3 tips to help you get your most beautiful spring photos!
What's In My Bag
What is hiding inside the photo bag of Catherine Simard, photographer of the most breathtaking northern landscapes and ambassador of Gosselin?
Find out in the first video of our “What’s In My Bag” series. Although this video is only available in French, the images are bilingual.
Begginer or Pro : The Essential Equipment You Must Have In Photography
When it comes to photography, there are some must-haves. Whether it is to go on a trip, to work on a professional contract or to shoot everyday life, it is important to be well-equipped.Watch Video
The 7 essential accessories to have on your photo trip
No matter your style of photography, there are always essential accessories to carry with you during a photo shoot. But what are they? Here are 7 that should be on your checklist.Read more