Photographer’s Q&A – Chris Bolin

This week’s Q&A is with Chris Bolin, a Calgary-based photojournalist who has spent more than a decade photographing assignments for a variety of national and international clients in more than 30 countries. Chris will be presenting a workshop at the 2011 NPAC conference in Winnipeg. To see more of his work, please visit him at:


Calgary, Alberta – A line of children their way to school in a heavy snowfall on Thursday, April 10, 2008. The spring storm dumped more than 15 centimeters of snow by 9 am. Photo by Chris Bolin for The Canadian Press.

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Photographer’s Q&A – Ian MacAlpine

This week’s Q&A is with Ian MacAlpine, multi-media journalist and photo/video co-ordinator for the Kingston Whig-Standard.


Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford of Canada compete in the pairs short program at the Skate Canada International event in Kingston, Ontario on Friday October 29th 2010. Photo by Ian MacAlpine/The Whig-Standard.

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Photographer’s Q&A – Larry Wong

This week’s Q&A is with Larry Wong, staff photographer for the Edmonton Journal since 1988.


WHISTLER, B.C.: FEBRUARY 24, 2010 – Shelley-Ann Brown (L) and Helen Upperton of Canada celebrate after finishing second to capture a silver medal finish in the Women’s Two-Man Bobsleigh event on February 24, 2010 in Whistler, B.C. during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. (Photo by Larry Wong/Edmonton Journal/Canwest News Service)

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