Wildlife photographer Tim Plowden argues that we are part of rather than separate from nature and captures the fine line between humans and the hornbills near his home in Singapore.
Part two in our ongoing series exploring how to think differently and create something unique in popular photography spots.
“There is nothing more beautiful than ice in all its forms. I aim to show the abstract beauty drawn by nature – its power but also the fragility of the ecosystem.”
Twice winner of Young TPOTY, author of self-published photo book ‘Survivors’, creator of his own charity and he’s STILL only 18.
TPOTY and WPY judge Colin Finlay gives us his insight into how to win photography competitions.
Jasper’s photos come from his innate curiosity for the creatures he encounters.
“We chase where the weather takes us; we could be in Texas one day, then drive all night and get to Wyoming for the next day.”
Photographer-geographer Trevor Cole tells us how he approaches photographing the people he meets in Ethiopia’s Omo Valley and South Sudan, among other travels.
Multi-award winning documentary photographer Craig Easton tells us about his latest social documentary photography projects ‘Fisherwomen’ and ‘Bank Top’.
The legendary Bonneville salt flats, home to many a land speed-record attempt, is in danger of disappearing. One US advertising photographer took this as his cue to create a campaign to help save it.
Part one in our on-going series which explores how to think differently and create something unique in popular photography spots.
Photographers’ agent, mentor and competition judge; a job in the world of photography isn’t just about making pictures.
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
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.
Diana Jarvis is co-editor of Eye for the Light. She explains how she ended up working in travel photography.