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When someone describes a hero as anyone who does what they love without having a back-up plan, you know they must believe-in and be passionate about what they do and Gene Kiegel most certainly does that. Here's his story of how a wanna be inventor turned into a professional and passionate photographer.
- 29 Aug 2008
Stuart Leech is a freelance music photographer who has photographed some of the biggest names in music including REM, Bloc Party, The Strokes and Massive Attack to name but a few. James Sharp spoke to Stuart to find out more about his work and to discover his views on breaking into what is widely considered one of the most competitive forms of photography.
- 11 Aug 2008
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
Our ePHOTOzine members continue to shine with Sue Merante winning a gold award in Mencaps Snap! competition.
- 21 Jul 2008
ePHOTOzine member Chris Charlesworth, has been interested in photography from an early age, but it wasn’t 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
Celebrities are accustomed to being in front of a camera but a number of stars of film, television and music are now taking their talents behind the camera and indulging themselves in the art of photography.
- 4 Jun 2008
Victor Habbick tells ePHOTOzine about his career in photography, his new book the Dream Enclosure and his plans to write a new one.
- 21 May 2008
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