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In this section you'll find photographic features that explore holidays and photography courses, details about members meetings, trials and tribulations of installing new software along with general discussions on the art and business of photography.

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From posing for the lens to looking down it

Model turned serious contender on the New York photography scene

Stephen Eastwood was a model now he's a photographer and a very good one at that. Here he tells ePHOTOzine how he's become a good business man and a force to be reckoned with in New York.

Added: 15th January 2009

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Life as a stills photographer

Making money at the movies

Alex Bailey has worked in photography for over twenty-five years and here he tells ePHOTOzine how he makes a living from films.

Added: 9th January 2009
One photographers love for a not so popular genre

A glimpse into the world of street photography

James Sharp interviewed Joe Buxton to find out a little more about street photography and why he enjoys it so much.

Added: 22nd December 2008
Candy canes, crime scenes and sugary treats.

Sugar, spice and all things not so nice

Liz Wolfe mixes the bright, sugar coated world of sweets and treats with the darker world of crime scenes and other forms of sinister imagery. Here she tells ePHOTOzine why and where her obsession with sweets came from.

Added: 18th December 2008
The future of photography is very bright

RSPCA Young Photographer Awards 2008

The Tower of London was bursting with talent earlier this week when this years RSPCA Young Photographer Awards took place. ePHOTOzine member Jolyan Turrall went along to see who won the top prize.

Added: 16th December 2008
Have a go at photojournalism

Lost the urge to pick up a camera? Why not tell a story

Patricia Fenn tells us why winter shouldn't put us off taking photographs.

Added: 16th December 2008
The face of defeat

Photographing second best

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.

Added: 12th December 2008
Testing technique and a tripod to the limit

David Noton shows us how important a tripod is for photography

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.

Added: 11th December 2008
The best of both worlds

Creating photographs both the conventional and non-conventional way

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.

Added: 9th December 2008
6 meets and 3 years later EPZ say goodbye to Rowardennan

The last Rowardennan meet

The Rowardennan youth hostel has finally closed it's doors on our ePHOTOzine members and here Jeanie tells their story.

Added: 4th December 2008
Saving the sea with Brian Skerry

Photo-journalist for the National Geographic talks to ePHOTOzine

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.

Added: 4th December 2008
A passion for music photography

Hard work, passion and pure determination

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.

Added: 2nd December 2008