In this series Chris Coe takes you with him through the changing seasons in England to capture the life of the Helmingham Hall estate in Suffolk.
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Never mind the labels
PhotoMouth One – In the world of photography we love to label and categorise but labelling often misses the point…
Lockdowns around the world have been shown to work but as fatigue set in, advertising photographer Keith Berr used his skills on a public health campaign in Cleveland, USA
Ready to explore the jungle and armed with an image of the Congo’s lowland gorilla in his head, Andrew James sets out to get his shot.
A man, a woman, a baby and a dog explore the world in an ex-British army truck converted to a home on very big wheels.
When we lost our way
Somewhere along the way – particularly in the last 10 years – it feels like the very concept of travel has become diluted.
Phoebe Smith is an adventurer, photographer and author. We speak to her about senses – of achievement and of place.
Meet the judges… Caroline Metcalfe
Caroline, former Director of Photography at Condé Nast Traveller UK, and a long-time TPOTY judge, gives her insights into how she selects photographers for commissions and eye-catching TPOTY entries.
The light fantastic
Chris Coe, co-founder of Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) and professional photographer describes his personal journey into and through photography.
Finding my ‘eye for the light’
Diana Jarvis is co-editor of Eye for the Light. She explains how she ended up working in travel photography.