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David Thorpe, a man dedicated to all things M43 and who had a loyal following over on his YouTube channel, has sadly passed away.



ePHOTOzine has teamed-up with Nikon to give ePHOTOzine members the chance to win an amazing Nikon Z 50 Camera Kit. Here are the details on how you can win, and more on the camera.


Photographer Martin Henson has been experimenting with pinhole photography in his back garden and he's keen to show you how versatile and pleasing the medium can be.



A global study has revealed that 259 people trying to capture extreme selfies have died since 2011.


Declared by many as illegal, David Hamilton's photography books often depicted 13 to 14 year old girls naked.


Brett Harkness joins Ricoh's ambassador scheme for the Pentax 645Z.


Photographer Stephen McMennamy has created a series of images that combine large and small scale items.


ePHOTOzine went along to Nikon Photo School, in London, to meet the new Nikon Ambassadors.


Sub Antarctic island South Georgia has appointed British photographer Jamie Grant as artist in residence.


Photographer Martin Edstrom has created an interactive way for others to explore the world's largest cave without leaving their home.


Nikon UK has expanded its line-up of photography ambassadors.


A photographer in the states wants to stop those with 'professional looking kit' being discriminated against when not on paid-for shoots.