Photography Filter
  1. Canadian Art

    Canadian Art is the leading publication covering the art scene in Canada, and a go-to destination for features, essays, artist interviews, and exhibition listings.

    Art
  2. Open Americas

    Open Americas encourages open, respectful debate around social issues facing the Western Hemisphere. “We advocate a diversity of thought through information, whether it be conveyed through research, literature, reviews, or photographs.”

    Commentary
  3. Art
  4. The Frugal Film Project

    The Frugal Film Project is a collective of photographers challenged to produce content using cameras that cost less than $50 USD.

    Photography
  5. A Ramadan Story: From Blogging to Books

    Reem Farqui used her website to help her publish her first book.

    Authors
    Courtesy of Reem Faruqi
  6. Syria, Nine Grueling Years

    John Wreford remembers the Syrian war which started nine years ago. “I left everything. I gave the keys to the house I had bought to a displaced family and crossed the border into Lebanon and then onto Turkey to start again.”

    History
    Syrian refugee boy Atmeh Camp, Idlib Syria. Photo by John Wreford.
  7. Pretty Little London

    Pretty Little London is a visual guide to London, showcasing high-end things to do in the city, luxury hotels and restaurants, and Instagrammable spots. It is a site companion to the popular Instagram account @prettylittlelondon.

    Exploration
  8. Blackbird Cafe

    “My story is: I’m doing what I’ve always wanted to do – own a restaurant that has heart, in the heart of a great neighborhood.” Debbie’s website reflects her cozy restaurant with a blog, menus, and gallery of all the fascinating food — soy chorizo wrap anyone?

    Food
  9. 15 Unusual Animal Friendships That Will Melt Your Heart

    This Valentine’s Day we are celebrating with a heartwarming post from the boredpanda blog proving that even the most unlikely pairs can find love.

    Animals
  10. PicMonkey Blog

    PicMonkey is a photo editor and design tool that’s especially great for non-designers. Its blog includes tutorials, tips, and all the inspiration you need to create your best photos, designs, and social posts.

    Art
  11. Environment
  12. The Slow Traveler

    Carolyn at The Slow Traveler is a UK-based photographer and blogger. She writes about photography, books, and the inner-workings of social media (especially Instagram).

    Books
  13. To What Place

    At To What Place, expat Jaughna shares stories about food and travel from destinations less commonly explored. Her blog won the Saveur Reader’s Choice and Editor’s Choice awards for “Best Culinary Travel Blog” this year.

    Cooking
  14. Architecture
  15. Quirky Wanderer

    “Travel for me was an escape earlier but now it’s the best source of learning I can ever get. It’s an exchange, between places and me. People and me. Stories and me.” Divsi Gupta shares her adventures around the world at The Quirky Wanderer. Her doors of photographs are especially stunning.

    Exploration