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Ken Keen celebrates the history and the mystery of medieval buildings through his photography and he spoke to ePHOTOzine about his passion for ecclesiastical architecture and why losing his sight didn't make him leave photography behind.
Bob McNeely spent six years photographing President Clinton and lately he's spent time photographing President Obama. Here he talks to ePHOTOzine about photographing the most powerful men in the world and why he thinks black and white film is still the best format to work in.
Marius Jovaisa is a photographer from Lithuania who takes to the skies in order to capture images with a different angle. Here he tells ePHOTOzine about his life as an aerial photographer and why he's an adrenaline junkie.
Pencil pushing is very much a thing of the past for Rod Edwards whose career as a portrait photographer began over fifteen years ago now. Here he tells us why he chose portrait photography and why he finds people so fascinating.
David Hemmings is best known for his wildlife photography but that isn't his main interest now. Here he tells ePHOTOzine where his interest in photography came from and why he only spent six months taking photographs of wildlife.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Photographer Fay Godwin, one of the UK's best known landscape photographers died last week after a short illness. Her last interviews was with David Corfield for Practical Photography December 2004.
Nigel Barker is a photographer best known for his work on America's Next Top Model but fashion's not the only subject on his photography CV. ePHOTOzine spoke to him to find out more.
Daily Mirror staff photographer, James Vellacott often needs long lenses to capture those all important tabloid shots. Here's what he uses and why.
Paul Cooper has photographed portraits of some of the biggest names in sport, film and fashion. Here, we find out more about him and his images.
For Alan Wilson street photography is a passion and James Sharp spoke to Alan about his love for photography and why he is happy to be called an amateur.
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.
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