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Stephen, who lives in Harwell Village, is one of nine people from the UK and abroad to be awarded Fellowships this year.

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The award winning photographer Bob Carlos Clarke has been killed by a train in an accident on Saturday 25th March.

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George, who exclusively uses Sigma lenses, is based mainly within the music and entertainment sector but also regularly photographs the Royal Family.

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Patrick Lichfield died today at 4am, having suffered a major stroke yesterday. He was 66. David Corfield recalls meeting his photo hero

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Two ePHOTOzine members, Martin Pettinger (mipettin) and Adam McCormack (ajm), met Charlie Waite and key members of the production team of Seeing Scotland - a programme to be televised by Grampian TV.

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Bob Moore is awarded with The Royal Photographic Societys Fenton Medal

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To push the boundaries of her art through combining her expertise in historic photographic printing processes with newly taught skills in digital and moving media.

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Just six years ago Shane Miller was restoring vintage cars. Now, as a full-time professional wedding and portrait photographer, he has done the almost impossible by beating all other Master Photographers in the UK to the title of 'Master Photographer of the Year'.

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