TORONTO, June 13, 2016 /CNW/ - On Saturday, June 4, Posterjack hosted a national photography project where over 100 photographers from the Northwest Territories to Newfoundland joined together to capture Canada's Golden Hour - the magic hour shortly after sunrise or before sunset.
The #CanadasGoldenHour project aimed to showcase the beauty of Canada and connect the story of its cities, places and landscapes at the same time across the country.
Posterjack received images from rural towns to rolling mountain landscapes and vast city views. To view the spectacular work of these Canadian photographers, please visit Canada's Golden Hour micro-site at CanadasGoldenHour.com.
"The golden hour is a magical time of day for photos and we thought the idea of photographers all taking photos at the same time across Canada was pretty special," says Tim Faught, president Posterjack. "There is an ethereal quality to these photos that is really beautiful."
Posterjack will host an exhibition to showcase the photos in Toronto, where featured photography will be available for purchase. As well, a book showcasing the photos titled Canada's Golden Hour is available for pre-order on Posterjack's website. All profits from the exhibition and photo-book will be donated to the Nature Conservancy of Canada – a national charity dedicated to protecting areas of natural diversity.
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