Capturing the moment
When you’ve got an unlimited amount of photographs at your fingertips, what gives a picture meaning?
This year, it's estimated that people around the world will take over one trillion photographs. When you've always got a smartphone camera in hand and an unlimited amount of photos at your fingertips, what gives a photo meaning?
On this episode of Now or Never, we are hearing from professional photographers and regular joes who are capturing real, meaningful moments through pictures.
Each has a story to tell that will nudge you to change the way you capture images.
- A Regina photographer takes portraits of babies who've passed away.
- A woman carves out a niche using squirrels for muses.
- A cancer survivor bypasses wigs for her bald head, using homemade dioramas instead.
You'll get insight into what makes people "click", and meet some unexpected shutterbugs.
Like CBC Manitoba security guard by day, photographer by night Ailton Vieira. For two years, Now or Never host Ify Chiwetelu walked by him every day without realizing that his camera has taken him around the world: