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Renata Ratajczyk

Renata Ratajczyk

Toronto, Canada

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Renata Ratajczyk is an awards winning photographer based in Toronto, Canada. Her photo archive consists of thousands of images, which includes travel, concept, fashion, portraits, glamour, fine art nudes and still life. Many of her images were published in magazines, books, calendars, travel brochures, on telephone book directories etc. Renata's background in Cultural Anthropology (Master’s degree), as well as journalism, brings valuable insights and specific style to her photography.

The ability to communicate well in three languages (English, Polish and Italian) is also very helpful in her international travels. She sells her images only as rights managed stock, and is available to work on assignment as well as offers travel writing and photography packages.

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Robert Leon

Robert Leon

Vancouver, Canada

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Vancouver Canada based photographer with 33-years professional working experience specializing in documentary photography, photojournalism, travel-photojournalism, corporate annual reports, advertising photography and film/video.

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David Smith

David Smith

Vancouver, Canada

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We are world travel, lifestyle. ethnic portrait, event, editorial and commercial photographers and travel writers whose images have been published worldwide in magazines, books, newspapers, Blogs and web sites.

We have images from over 80 countries and 6 continents.

We are also keynote guest speakers and lecturers on travel adventure, photography, exotic fabrics and lifestyle topics.

Freelance photography and travel writing assignments to any part of the globe are welcome, we love to travel! Contact us for our future travel schedule.

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Lola Reid Allin

Lola Reid Allin

Toronto, Canada

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Publications: National Post, Globe & Mail, Toronto Star, Mundo Maya, Verge, WWF canada, MSF Canada, National Geographic

Background: At age 6 I began formal art lessons. I studied psycholody, genetics, and anthropology graduating from the University of Waterloo 1987. As an airline transport pilot working for a government airline and FSI/DeHavilland, I acquired nearly 6000 hours

Experience: My lifelong appreciation of indigenous cultures spurred me to renew my interest in photography. I moved to the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico in 1993 to commence a long-term photographic ethnography of the K'ekchi, Mopan, and Lacandon Maya.

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Christopher Byrd

Christopher Byrd

Kelowna, Canada

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A freelance photographer based in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, Canada. Now retired, I have been a teacher of photography, cinematography, and graphic design for over 30 years. As a photographic artist my themes are wide ranging and include landscapes, nature, abstract design, and travel including archaeological sites. I’m not a purist but rather an artist and will consider altering an image in order to achieve more satisfying results particularly of a poetic nature.

Michael Bednar Photographer

Michael Bednar

Michael Bednar

Vancouver, Canada

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Michael is an award winning travel and documentary photographer. He is trained and has worked in forestry, fisheries, wildlife and parks. He has a diploma in professional photography and has been a photographer for daily newspapers, a travel photographer for Expedia, a commercial photographer for the Government of British Columbia and an editorial photographer for many magazines. He is versatile and his images are quiet and powerful.

Chris Barton Photographer

Chris Barton

Chris Barton

Vancouver, Canada

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With twenty years of travel photography experience, from the Equator to Antarctica, British photographer Chris Barton is used to living and working in extreme conditions.

Progressing from many years with manual focus 35mm and medium-format panoramic film cameras, he has made the switch to digital with no regrets. Having worked as a expedition leader in Africa and the Middle East and travelled independently as far afield as South and Central America, the Canadian Rockies and American Pacific Northwest, Antarctica, Easter Island and Madagascar, he is currently based in Vancouver, Canada.

Julian Worker Photography

Julian Worker

Julian Worker

New Westminster, Canada

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Julian has written articles on European and Middle-Eastern architecture for Skipping Stones, a US children’s magazine, and travel articles that were published in The Toronto Globe and Mail, Fate Magazine, The Vancouver Sun, Outdoor Pursuits Magazine, and Northwest Travel. He has taken many photographs that have appeared in travel books by National Geographic, Thomas Cook, Cadogan, and The Rough Guides.

Dan Meldrum Photography

Dan Meldrum

Port Coquitlam, Canada

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As a Geologist I get to travel to very unusual places including the Canadian Arctic, Mongolia, China, Vietnam and many others.

I have a large collection of photos of the nature and people of these regions.

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Tyrrell Mendis

Winnipeg, Canada

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My images record what now is and will never be again: specific truths of the moment.

My touring show of pioneer places of worship in Manitoba preserves the spirit of each place; the 2-D extrapolation of the motivation for the 3-D creations.

Over 50 exhibitions, 26 solo. Over 30 AV productions.

Organised multicultural festivals for arts groups.

Published three books of poetry, most recent illustrated with own images.

Travel Scenes By Tommie Sue

Tommie Sue Montgomery

Toronto, Canada

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Photography began as a hobby, became an important adjunct to my research in Latin America, and has become a near-vocation in retirement. Most photos in my books, notably "Revolution in El Salvador", are mine. They have also illustrated travel and other articles. In recent years I have traveled through most of Latin America--from Mexico to Cape Horn--as well as most countries of western Europe, eastern Canada, and occasionally the USA. My portfolio reflects all of these locales. I love capturing people, archaeological sites, wildlife(especially birds), landscapes, and interesting buildings. I use a Nikon D-90 with 4 lenses. Jan-March 2012 in northwestern Argentina, Brazil from south to north, and the western Caribbean. Dec 2012-Jan 2013 Southern Cone, Caribbean, Panama, Ecuador and Peru.

Wayne Cook Fine Art Photography

Wayne Cook

Sudbury, Canada

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I started taking photographs of rural landscapes in 1961 using my fathers Kodak Brownie, some 50 years ago. In 1964, I was given a Leica M3 which I used until 1969. That year, I began to experiment with Poloraid cameras. By 1978, I had aquired a Canon 35 mm camera, which I used until 1988. Now, I use a Nikon exclusively. I have been an oil painter since the 1970s and my father taught me some skills in etching on copper. I have also experimented with some sculpture in wood. My focus has been Muskoka and my aboriginal roots and heritage from northern Ontario. I am of Metis heritage, along with Scottish, English, Dutch, German, French and Spanish (Canada 1640’s maternal family members). My roots have been traced back to Spain in 1492, where my family were Merchant Bankers, Merchants and land

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