Welcome to the Photography.ca website and blog — podcast. My name is Marko Kulik and I’m a freelance and fine art photographer in Montreal, Quebec as well as the Administrator of Photography.ca. I’m really glad that you found us because I love sharing what I know and learning new photography tricks from others. The Photography.ca blog and podcast along with the forum discuss fine art photography, general and digital photography as well as provide tips and techniques to improve your photography. Everyone is welcome, feedback is appreciated and I am always receptive to communicating with newbie, amateur and other professional photographers!
Click here to read my Bio as a photographer. In terms of my non-photo passions; I’m into film, playing a bit of guitar, improv and I’m a big time animal lover that administers and co-owns a pet website.
In terms of connecting with me on this website or in other places:
I offer Photo tours of Montreal and/or crash courses in Photography at markokulik.com - Galleries of my personal photography are here.
Feel free to check out our Facebook page. I post excellent photo finds there 4–5 times a week. To follow me on Twitter, Follow markokulik or Follow me on Google+ or Facebook.
The link deal: Some of the links in this blog/podcast are affiliate links from Amazon, B&H and other companies and we also show occasional Google ads. Buying through these links helps support this site. Occasionally I review products that I buy or own, or I test the latest ‘something’ that my shutterbug friends are buzzing about and loan me. On even rarer occasions I review products that companies send to me that I have to return back. You’ll find that I only post recommendations for products that I personally use (or will start using) and believe in.
- I’d like to thank Nico Pin from Snowy Day design for past design work on this site as well as Jonathan Christopher for recent design and coding work.
Credit to Laszlo for taking the portrait of me used above.
– I’d also like to thank the members and moderators of our photography forum, site visitors as well as our podcast listeners. Thanks to you all for making Photography.ca a friendly learning environment.