To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, Carman's Foto Source and Fairview Photo Lab will be publishing a four-part series chronicling the history of photography in Canada. In this first entry, we will look at the early history of photography in the mid-19th century.
Our Stratford location is offering an 8-week course on how to make (not take) better pictures. For more information or to reserve your spot, contact our Stratford location at (519) 271-6261.
Take advantage of our Frames and Albums sale, on selected items. In-store only. Prices as Marked. Sale lasts until April 30.
Our Stratford location will be offering the Photography O.N.S. Series, an informal two hour workshop/discussion on various aspects of photography and the JOY of making photographs with Instructor Tim Jacobs, beginning on March 22nd.
In the 1980s, getting a VCR was a rite of passage. You could record your favourite shows and watch them forever. Then, acquiring a camcorder allowed you to capture weddings, birthdays, graduations and other special moments which, we assumed, could be passed down to future generations. Unfortunately, like many of the movies and TV shows we recorded, videotapes haven’t stood the test of time.