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6 photographers were asked to capture a portrait of one man as part of an interesting experiment on how perspective shapes the way we think.
- 13 Nov 2015
Find out more about the work of Markus Reugels, water droplet photographer extraordinare.
- 10 Oct 2015
Take a look at some of the images that'll be on display at the Billy Name: The Silver Age exhibition.
- 28 Sep 2015
What's the current state of news photography in 2015, where's it heading and are the people working in it happy? That's the questions a recent survey has tried to answer.
- 24 Sep 2015
Criticism isn't something we tend to like to hear. However, the right type of criticism can be very useful if you take the time to actually listen and not get defensive about it.
- 29 Jul 2015
Ryan Schude captures tableaux and portraits that are bursting with so much interest and narrative, you'll need an afternoon to take it all on.
- 27 Jul 2015
Are you a fan of the gym? Well you might have to be if you want to be an adventure photographer, as renowned photographer Jimmy Chin shows in this short video that gives us a little insight into the world of the photographer always in search of adventure.
- 18 Jul 2015
Tammy Ruggles is a legally blind photographer who has a passion for fine-art style photography. We spoke to Tammy about her love for photography and to learn more about the techniques she uses to capture her shots.
- 16 Jul 2015
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See how Ballantine's and Benjamin Von Wong created a 'hyper-real' portrait deep underwater above a bed of deadly hydrogen sulfide.
- 10 Jul 2015
Gabriele Stickler has captured some heart-melting images of her pet and his favourite toy.
- 19 Jun 2015
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