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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Life, death, water and ice four words which when written do not sound all that exciting. But when you look at Cold, a book by Thijs Heslenfeld and you think about those four simple words they suddenly take on a whole new meaning.
- 4 Aug 2008
With Batman very much in front of the cameras lately after the recent release of the new film, itís easy to forget that this caped crusader is often behind the camera as part of his crime fighting pursuits around Gotham City. Kate Mitchell tells us more.
- 25 Jul 2008
With around a million stamps used every day having your photographs printed onto them allows your work to be viewed by millions, an opportunity any photographer would love.
- 25 Jul 2008
Our ePHOTOzine members continue to shine with Sue Merante winning a gold award in Mencaps Snap! competition.
- 21 Jul 2008
Welcome to the ePHOTOzine guide to the HOTTEST products for July. Every month we bring you the hottest products and offers from some of the top retailers' advertising on ePHOTOzine. Simply follow the links to the retailers websites to read more details and purchase their hot suggestions for this month. Also be sure to mention that you saw it here on ePHOTOzine !
- 18 Jul 2008
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ePHOTOzine member Chris Charlesworth, has been interested in photography from an early age, but it wasnít until he left school that his passion and talent really flourished. Earlier this year, Chris had several of his awe-inspiring landscapes published in the Reader's Pictures section of Amateur Photographer magazine.
- 17 Jul 2008
In recent years the concept of preserving energy has been the subject of much debate and concern. From this fervent debating a number of devices and conceptions have been devised as a means of conserving our energy resources. One of these innovative creations has been wind-turbines which convert wind energy into electricity. Sounds like a perfect solution, but when you consider the sheer size and unusual appearance of the turbines against the natural landscape it quickly becomes a matter for debate.
- 14 Jul 2008
Welcome to the ePHOTOzine guide to the hottest products in June. Every month we will bring you the best products and special offers from some of the top photographic retailers. Click on the product names or images for further information on each product and details of where to buy.
- 20 Jun 2008
In today's fast paced society which has broadband internet, instant messaging, fast food and digital photography you would think that darkrooms would be seen as part of our slow paced and patient past. But colleges around the country are starting to prove that digital, new and instant may not always be the best and are breathing life back into this old fashioned art.
- 11 Jun 2008
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In recent years the art of photography has been revolutionised by the digital camera changing the way we both take and print photographs. However, as much as this new digital era should be embraced it is also important not to forget the traditional printing methods of the past. Ilford Photo along with HARMAN technology are preserving these time honoured photographic printing methods whilst also moving with the 21st century.
- 11 Jun 2008