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When music is your life it only makes sense that it's your career too. Music photographer Danny North talks to ePHOTOzine about life as the Kaiser Chief's tour photographer and how playing in a band brought him back to his photographic roots.
- 21 Oct 2008
Candice is a portrait photographer who not only takes pictures that are different but the pictures actually make a difference too. Here she tells ePHOTOzine how photographing famous people underwater is helping the world.
- 14 Oct 2008
Dave Hogan is well known for making celebrities the centre of attention but now he's the one who's getting all the glory. ePHOTOzine spoke to him about life, his new book and getting knocked over by Madonna.
- 9 Oct 2008
Divorcees are not the only people trashing dresses anymore as photographer Chris Hanley explains.
- 1 Oct 2008
Ninety minutes on a Saturday can be full of joy, heartache and injury and it's John Sibley's job to capture it all. Here he tells ePHOTOzine what it's like to be a professional sports photographer.
- 3 Sep 2008
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