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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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As more of us turn citizen photographer to help out the media, Kate Mitchell asks if it's a harmless hobby, or are we blind to the drawbacks?

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Jonathan Newman spoke to a number of sports photographers to find out what drives them and how to capture those special sporting moments.

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The extinction of three species and the chance that other species may follow is not good news for the botanical photographer. Here Laura Rowley tells us why photographers should care and what they can do to help them.

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Photographers debate the world over in regards to which path photography should be taking. Should we forget about the darkroom methods of the past or should these traditional techniques still be embraced in the 21st century? Jonathan Newman tells us more.

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A look at why the media is turning to photography from non-professionals with their eyes peeled.

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With Batman very much in front of the cameras lately after the recent release of the new film, its easy to forget that this caped crusader is often behind the camera as part of his crime fighting pursuits around Gotham City. Kate Mitchell tells us more.

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With around a million stamps used every day having your photographs printed onto them allows your work to be viewed by millions, an opportunity any photographer would love.

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Despite the growth in the number of female photographers women are still out numbered in this field by men and here at ePHOTOzine we wondered why. Laura Rowley investigates.

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In today's fast paced society which has broadband internet, instant messaging, fast food and digital photography you would think that darkrooms would be seen as part of our slow paced and patient past. But colleges around the country are starting to prove that digital, new and instant may not always be the best and are breathing life back into this old fashioned art.

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Is your new year's resolution to improve your photography? Fear not, ePHOTOzine have a guide to the best courses, holidays and workshops for 2008 to help you brush-up on old photography skills or learn new ones.

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Garden Photographer of the Year have launched their 2008 competition sponsored by Calumet, Manfrotto, Kata and Visible Dust.

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