photography

Magnificent Shades of Ebony photo

Divine Mercy Ezeaku highlights the Black experience in her photography project Magnificent Shades of Ebony

Ezeaku spoke to the Martlet about finding her creativity, using her lens to empower Black folks, and building her portfolio as a student. He

A peek behind Colin Smith’s lens

Colin Smith began building his portfolio in music and concert photography by taking pictures of everyone from Canadian greats like the Tragically Hip to American rapper Snoop Dogg.

African and Caribbean Students’ Association showcases students’ talent in an art show

From paintings to photography, the African and Caribbean Students’ Association art show celebrated self-expression and the Black community through a variety of mediums.

The Artlet: A showcase of student art and poetry

The Martlet is revisiting a section from our paper in the 80’s that showcased student art and writing with the hopes of inspiring students to explore their creative sides. This…

Awareness and art on display at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition

The 55th annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Royal B.C. Museum brings global environmental and animal welfare issues to the forefront. Featured is the work of Canadian…

PHOTO: Mystic Vale

Amidst the chaos of courses and exams, places like Mystic Vale truly remind me of how connected we are with mother nature and how much peace we can find if…

Photography by Michelle Rachel

Local photographer Michelle Rachel captures life on the island in all its majesty with this dazzling selection of photos. To see more of Michelle’s work, go to her website at:…

Local iPhone app gets international praise

For professional photographers, or those looking for full control of their cameras, Victoria-based app developer William Wilkinson created Manual, a camera app providing users with control over their ISO, shutter,…

Fighting words: photo exhibit on indigenous oppression inspires conversation

The Cedar Hill Rec Centre café initially seems like an unlikely place for an exhibit about indigenous resistance. Photos of prisons, protests, and funerals hang off three walls like an…