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The world’s tribal cultures have long drawn photographers but it’s a fine balance between capturing a timeless way of life and turning people into a human zoo. Trevor Cole shares his engaging approach.
How do you shoot a personal project? Chris Coe is photographing through the seasons on a country estate and guides you through the different aspects of this project from conception to shooting it.
Jasper Doest spends time getting to know the creatures that fascinate him and the resulting imagery comes from a learned understanding of their unique customs and manners.
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The Travel Photographer of the Year awards have now been running for 19 years. Will Cheung talks to Chris Coe about the awards and their future.
Newton & Coe free to listen excerpt – You'll almost certainly recognise some of Eamonn McCabe's photographs, even if you don't know the name. Here we chat with him about his multi-faceted life in photography.
Newton & Coe free to listen excerpt – Photography and publishing are all in the mix as Jordan chats about creating and selling images, plus the launch of JRNY magazine.
Newton & Coe Free to listen excerpt – Philip Lee Harvey talks influences from art and developing a photographic style
Newton & Coe Free to listen excerpt– Margaret Soraya talks quiet landscapes and mindfulness in photography. Margaret is an English landscape photographer based in Scotland. Her work is thoughtful and tranquil.
Larry Louie is a Canadian optometrist but photography is his passion and an important part of his life. In 2010, he was the overall winner of Travel Photographer of the Year with eight stunning B&W images of Mali and Tibet.