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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Editing photographs on a computer isn't all that enjoyable but David Noton may have a solution.
- 22 Apr 2009
Photographer Mattias Klum talks to ePHOTOzine about working for National Geographic and saving the planet.
- 9 Apr 2009
Jim Reed's experienced 17 hurricanes and a countless number of other weather phenonomen. Here's his story.
- 1 Apr 2009
James Nader is a fashion photographer but his path to getting here wasn't all that simple. Here's why.
- 26 Mar 2009
James Looker's work is honest and full of passion. Here's how he blagged his way into the industry.
- 17 Mar 2009
Patrick Di Fruscia tells ePHOTOzine why photography is a real passion that he's embraced to the full.
- 13 Mar 2009
Elena Vasilieva is described as “one of the most interesting newcomers to the Post-Soviet art scene” and ePHOTOzine spoke to her about her abstract approach to photography.
- 4 Mar 2009
Drew Gardner has a very unique approach to photography. Here he tells us about his buffalo experience.
- 26 Feb 2009
Winning Travel Photographer of the Year 2008 was a bit of a surprise for Darwin Wiggett. Here he tells us why.
- 17 Feb 2009
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.
- 11 Feb 2009
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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.
- 6 Feb 2009