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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The world of freelance photography is one of the most competitive to break into, so what inspires young photographers to persevere for a career of this nature? James Sharp spoke to freelance photographer and artist Marisa Potter to find out how she broke into this area of the profession and what advice she would offer aspiring photographers.
- 30 Apr 2008
As an award winning photographer whose work has taken him from Bangladesh to Japan, Chris Steele-Perkins has had a long and successful photographic career, but this career could so easily not have began if it had not been for a university newspaper.
- 9 Apr 2008
A woman who has loved photography for well over twenty years, also has another passion, her horses. But oddly it wasn't until rather recently that she decided to combine both loves and create a business which she really enjoys.
- 14 Mar 2008
Just a few years ago Charlotte Bradshaw would have only picked up a camera to take snapshots of her family on holiday. But five years on, Charlotte is about to complete her degree in photography, and with magazines and newspapers both taking an interest in her work she really does have every reason to be smiling.
- 11 Mar 2008
David Toyne, the editor of ePHOTOzine's professional portfolio section, speaks with Hellen Van Meene.
- 22 Feb 2007
Over 20 ePHOTOzine members meet up at Wildwood on 30 Decemeber
- 2 Jan 2007
Jonathan Taylor talks with David Toyne about his experiences as a photo journalist
- 30 Nov 2006
David Toyne, ePHOTOzine's professional portfolio editor, catches up with the UK's leading wildlife photographer, Andy Rouse.
- 24 Nov 2006
the EPZ pilgrims made their way, via plane, train and automobile, to meet once more at Davie’s wee hoooose on the bonny shores of Loch Lomond
- 23 Nov 2006