As an adventure, lifestyle and travel photographer based part time in the UK and part time in his trusty camper van Clement Hodgkinson enjoys photographing on the road. It is no surprise that jumped on the opportunity to spend a month in New Zealand shooting projects for tourism boards.Continue Reading
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As an adventure, lifestyle and travel photographer based part time in the UK and part time in his trusty camper van Clement Hodgkinson enjoys photographing on the road. It is no surprise that jumped on the opportunity to spend a month in New Zealand shooting projects for tourism boards.
For many photographers, working in fashion is considered the holy grail. But to make it in this industry is challenging as it is always on the lookout for new things. Learn from Rodrigo Palma's experience.
Hi, my name is Irwin Wong and I am professional photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. This year, I’ve brought you a journal introducing aspects of my ongoing personal project, which involves documenting traditional crafts and traditions in Japan that are in danger of going extinct. Here is the final entry, number 12 - enjoy!
It is Douglas Wood's opinion that regardless of the type of photography you do, you have not really finished your work until you make a print. Using the right lens plays an integral part in this process. Learn from Douglas how you can make your images stand out.
The world of wedding photography is starting to change. Thanks to the advancement of technology, bigger isn’t necessarily better anymore. One thing photographer Topher DeLancy always tries to maintain in all his shoots is a low shooting profile. He likes to be light on gear so he can maneuver to get any shot.
Do you sometimes wonder if there are still places on our beautiful planet that are untouched by tourists? Fortunately, Bima located on the island of Sumbawa island in central Indonesia's province West Nusa Tenggara, is such a place where tourists are still a rare species.
In our digital, megapixel-driven world making the conscious decision to shoot film is rare amongst photographers. German street photographer Wieland Götzler rediscovered film as a medium. Join him on a fascinating journey to Pakistan.