This is where you can find photography exhibits within driving distance of Ottawa-Gatineau (including Montreal and Toronto) and contests. All Upcoming Events in the right menu bar are currently active and ordered by the event closing date or the contest deadline. By clicking on the Contests & Events page link at the top right of the page, you will see an agenda view; however, you can change the view to see just the week or the entire month. Most of the photo contests are online and open to enter; however, some may have entry fees. Be sure to check the link to the contest website for the official rules.
If you have a photography exhibition or photo contest you would like to share, please email information to media@FlashDesignsStudio.com.
CPAC (Cable Public Affairs Channel) and Canadian Geographic are looking for outstanding photos from each and every one of Canada’s 338 electoral districts, including the ones you visit and the one you call home. Every riding has unique features that influence – or are influenced by – our democratic institutions. Take your best shot in one of five categories:
• Democracy in your riding
• Culture and Recreation in your riding
• History of your riding
• Landscapes in your riding
• Flora and Fauna in your riding
Tell us what riding is featured and fill us in on the story behind the photo for a chance to win great prizes.
Photolife invites readers to participate in the Showtime photo contest. Please send your entries (max. five images per participant per theme) at email@example.com following these guidelines:
Image format: JPEG only
Image width: from 1800 to 4000 pixels (files must not exceed 3 MB)
Indicate the contest theme in the “Subject” line
In the message, indicate your name, address, phone number and the title of the image
This contest is open to Canadian residents only.
Submit your photos to any or all of the contest categories for a chance to be published in a special themed issue of Canadian Geographic magazine and featured in a special exhibition at The Canadian Museum of Nature.
Photographs may be entered into the five categories as described below:
- Animals in Action: Capture the character of Canadian wildlife
- Watery Wildlife: Aquatic life in Canadian water
- Things with Wings: From birds to insects to flying squirrels
- Little Life: Macro shots, from bugs to reptiles to amphibians
- Youth (17 and under): Junior photographers capturing Canadian wildlife