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Giant photography festival, equipment and teaching show in Toronto

May is the month to visit Toronto if you love photography.

The Contact photo festival ( http://www.scotiabankcontactphoto.com ) lasts all month in Toronto, and consists of dozens of exhibits all across the city, plus lectures and more. This show is big enough to inspire a visit. Mostly free.

From Friday, May 25 through Sunday the 27th, Henry's (a big retailer) has its Exposure show, with dozens of 45 minute lectures and demos, and hands-on exhibits from most major camera, lens, lighting suppliers

www.exposureshow.com

Several of the lectures (free at the show and tickets available for free on the web site) concentrate on travel photography.

(and there's a big Picasso show in town)

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