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We live in a world where if you're not number one sadly, no one, apart from your mum is really bothered. This need to be perfect made photographer Sandy Nicholson start a project where he only photographed those who were defeated. Here he tells ePHOTOzine why he made this decision and what it was really like to stand in the face of defeat.
The West Coast of Ireland lashing with rain doesn't sound like the ideal location for taking photographs but never the less David Noton braved the elements to put his tripod to the test.
Steve Gosling is a photographer based in North Yorkshire who specialises in producing creative and contemporary images of the natural world. Here he talks to ePHOTOzine about the digital age and fitting pinhole photography around it.
Award-winning photo-journalist Brian Skerry has worked for National Geographic for the last ten years. Here he tells ePHOTOzine about his marine-related stories and why it took so long for him to enter a competition.
Graham Smith shows that if you want something bad enough you will and can do anything to make sure you get it. Here he tells ePHOTOzine about life as a music photographer and how money and good gear isn't everything.
There seems to be a card for everything these days but does this mean there's a photo needed for every card too? ePHOTOzine spoke to some photographers who are trying to make a living from producing cards to see if the demand is there.
When Diego Goldberg's mother-in-law asked him to take a photograph in 1976 he didn't know it would start a project that could go on and on and on. Here's a little bit of background about the project and why they're doing it.
For Alan Wilson street photography is a passion and James Sharp spoke to Alan about his love for photography and why he is happy to be called an amateur.
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1st March 2014 - 31st March 2014This month, we have a fantastic Panasonic Lumix GX7 kit to give away courtesy of Panasonic!
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