Interstellar rising star

In part one of ‘Rising star’ we talked to Landscape Photographer of the Year winner, Mara Leite, about how she got started in photography. Here we look at her passion for the universe.

Rising star

Mara Leite is a rising star of photography. Intelligent, thoughtful and talented, she applies herself to her photography in a considered and environmental conscious way.

Podcast 13 – Emma Thomson

Travel journalist, Emma Thomson, has won many awards following her passion for travel and adventure. Here she talks to Newton & Coe about her expeditions, writing for National Geographic, photography and much more.

Oooo baby, baby!

Tenerife

Shooting seasons, part five – The arrival of longer, warmer days heralds the season when wildlife raise their young.

Crossed off the map

Have you every wondered what Bolivia is all about? Have you ever even given it a thought? Well this book, despite its title, will put it on your map for future travels.

Essential cropping

Moroccan Oranges, Morocco

We’ve all taken a shot where it wasn’t possible to get it completely perfect in-camera or events ruined our image. Here we look at how a careful crop might rescue an image.

A splash of colour

Tenerife

Shooting seasons, part four – As spring moves towards summer Helmingham Hall’s formal gardens burst into life and colour

Making waves

Problems sorted, it’s now time to do the first proper photographic shoot from Big Blue. It’s been a long wait but David heads fo Spurn Point, camera in hand

An official mugging!

Photomouth three – The ramblings and rants of an opinionated photographer raising photography-related issues – hopefully thoughtfully and sometimes controversially. It is one opinion, which will hopefully resonate or entertain, but is only one viewpoint. Feel free to disagree!

Podcast 12 – Chris Rainier

Canadian photographer, Chris Rainier, has had an interesting career in photography. Here he talks to Newton & Coe about working for Ansel Adams, indigenous cultures, smart phones, sustainability, language, the power of photography and much more.

Ready, steady… errr go!

Big Blue Is finished, or at least finished enough for a test drive, so it’s time to get her on the road and start making the dream become a reality.

Chasing Lions

As the first in our travel companion book reviews we’ve looked at a fascinating travelogue come inspirational adventure – Chasing Lions by Amanda Marks

Spring erupts… slowly

Part three – The transition from winter to spring presents limited photographic opportunities but tells an important part of the changes in seasons through the year on the estate

The big why?

Early morning jogger, Pohara beach at sunrise

Photographer David Newton decided in to change his life and live on the road with his partner, Jess, young daughter Isla and Otis the dog. With the conversion of Big Blue almost complete David reflects on the dream ahead.

Podcast 11 – Elia Locardi

The stars dance above the extraordinary Mt Bromo Indonesia as the morning fog rolls through the caldera.

American travel photographer was on the road for many years. Here he talks everything from photography, digital manipulation and NFTs with Newton & Coe.

Above and below

There are fascinating worlds both below the ocean surface and from up in the clouds. Scott Portelli is wildlife, nature and underwater photographer and film maker. He talks to us about his work, wild places and his focus on conservation and education

Podcast 10 – Aaron Gekoski

On the dangerous end of conservation, environmental photojournalist Aaron Gekoski talks to Newton & Coe about his work and life in photography

Xposure exposure

Xposure International Photography Festival is held in Sharjah, UAE, each February. The 2022 festival took place in February so what did we think of it?

Meet the Judges – Colin Finlay

Colin is highly respected within photography circles with huge and varied experience collecting prints, stock and competitions. Here his really insightful views on photography make a fascinating and informative read

Time to travel again?

Camel rider against the sunset at Giza near Cairo in Egypt silhouetted against a golden sun © Chris Coe

The travel industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. We aren’t out of the woods yet either, but at some point we will start to travel again. Is now the time for travel photographers to venture beyond their own borders?