Three photographers from Vanier are working with Apt613 to document the history of their community in a new photo series. This week on CBC Radio, they had the chance to speak with All in a Day host Alan Neal about their #VanierType work.
DIFTG is a non-profit publication with big goals. Before the lockdown, the zine’s volunteer team ran darkroom workshops and started fundraising to open a permanent space.
Each week the @apt613 IG team brings you a selection of photo highlights from the #APT613 hashtag. These are our favourite photos of the week *of the year*.
#NightWalks613 is an ongoing photography series by Jason Fournier that documents Ottawa neighbourhoods at night during the course of 2020.
Part 6 of Apt613’s holiday shopping guide is focused (get it?) on you and the people you love.
Plastic Beach: The ugly beauty found in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway through photos by John Healey
Plastic Beach is an exhibition of work by Ottawa photographer John Healey, the winner of the 2020 Project X Photography Award. In this new exhibition, Healey presents a juxtaposition of beauty and unsightliness.
Someone who has been to most—if not all—of these shows is Ottawa music photographer/maverick Ming Wu, whose blog photogmusic.com has published at least 150 concert reviews at Pressed alone.