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photography

It's the spontaneous moments that reveal your kids' unique connection.
"Productivity and services continue to be provided while many of us are asleep and dreaming.”
Little Arianna Taft got to step into the shoes of her favourite Disney princesses.
Blake Morrow's "Love Yourself" series honours both sides of drag kings and queens.
The husband-and-wife photographers want more girls to see themselves as regal.
A Canadian project shines light on the range of emotions those with the syndrome experience.
"When motherhood has blindsided you, leaving you broken-hearted, you can come out on the other side feeling even stronger."
They're not the kind of newborn photos you'll see on Facebook.
Amateur Instagrammers are making life harder, according to one wedding photographer.
Zahra Siddiqui's art features lots of melanin.
The baby bear and its mother were photographed near Alberta's Bow Lake earlier this week.
An Alberta wildlife photographer captured these pictures of the happy family in Kananaskis Country last week.
The symmetrical image is a soaring example of beauty, chance and timing in nature.
"I hope that every little girl that sees this series can see that there is no box."
"Now that I’m being read and seen as a man, I really now understand the importance of unlearning what I was taught."
Some lucky couple has a gorgeous photo of their proposal — but the photographer can't find them.
Jessie Golem has taken dozens of portraits of participants enrolled in Ontario's basic income pilot project, which was scrapped early by Premier Doug Ford's government.
Kyler Zeleny collected 6,000 Polaroids but had trouble tracking down their subjects.
In April of this year, I attended the Toronto International Porn Festival. I spent a few hours watching films -- and clips of films -- curated from the last ten years of feminist pornography. I am not a consumer, but I figured any sex educator worth her salt should dip in every now and again. I'm glad I did: There was fun; there was joy; and consent was the order of the day.