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The following are photographers and writers who contribute articles, techniques, interviews and reviews to ePHOTOzine.
We welcome contributions from journalists, students and under-graduates wishing to gain work experience. We also encourage photographers who want to share knowledge, gain exposure or provide extracts from their books to contribute.
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Gary Wolstenholme (theorderingone)
Gary's passion for photography was sparked at University, where he specialised in stereoscopy and macro imagery. Since then Gary's photography has taken him all over Europe, photographing live music events for leading picture agencies and publications. As well as testing equipment for ePHOTOzine, Gary is also the photo editor for a leading music website and teaches one day courses for photographers of all levels.
John Riley (johnriley1uk)
John Riley is a keen photographer based near Manchester. John reviews equipment for ePHOTOzine and has written many articles for Pentax User, as well as judging photographic competitions, giving lectures on photography and covering weddings and also some commercial work. John has a passion for everything photographic!
Damian McGillicuddy (Damian_McGillicuddy)
I'm Damian "the BIG Dog" McGillicuddy, the photographer often referred to as "The Lighting Wizard" by the popular photographic press. After successfully completing a fine art degree some 25+ years ago I saw photography as my career of choice. I have won 11 UK Awards of Excellence; 59 Fuji Professional Awards; 112 British Professional Photographer Awards; 600+ Regional, National & International Awards., to name but a few. I look forward to getting to know you and sharing my techniques with you all in the coming year. For more information visit Damian McGillicuddy's website
David Clapp (DavidClapp)
David Clapp is a non-award winning landscape, travel and architectural photographer based in the South West of England. He shoots for Getty Images and writes extensively in the photographic press, combining his wide technical and digital knowledge with striking imagery. An advocate of alternative lenses, David's approach to optics is unorthodox, shooting many adapted Contax, Nikon, Pentax and Olympus optics in front of his Canon cameras. An extensive traveller, he has clocked up 32 countries in the last four years.
Ben Boswell (Minutefilm)
Ben Boswell runs a company called Minutefilm selling instant film and toy cameras. Photography has become a crusade for him, promoting the 'craft' of photography through the products he sells. Having spent nearly 30 years involved in professional camera retail he is now taking more pictures and writing in an effort to encourage photographers to think a little more about the possibilities that photography opens up to them.
Robin Whalley (Lenscraft)
Robin Whalley is just fanatical about photography, but Landscape photography is his real passion. Based in the hills of Saddleworth near Manchester he draws inspiration from the rugged countryside and industrial heritage of the area. He is also known to explore more “extreme areas” and has a love of high mountains. When not out photographing, or in the office editing images he often lectures at camera clubs around the region.