Cuba is a country of contrasts and, in the eyes of the world, known for the cliches of vintage American cars, dance, boxing, cigars and Caribbean colour. We review a book which will tempt any travelling photographer.
Canadian photographer, Chris Rainier, got his grounding in photography as Ansel Adams last assistant and has gone on to work with National Geographic. He is co-founder of The Cultural Sanctuaries Foundation.
In the days of film the only technology photographers need to worry about was their camera. With digital photography, the camera is just the start – wires, connectors, drives and backup storage becoming a big consideration.
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.
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!
As the first in our travel companion book reviews we’ve looked at a fascinating travelogue come inspirational adventure – Chasing Lions by Amanda Marks
Book review – Photographing Iceland is a two volume guide to Iceland, how and what to photograph there
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
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?
Newton & Coe – Richard Dunwoody is a former champion jockey, adventurer and Strictly Come Dancing contestant. But now he’s a professional photography. Here we find out about his photography and motivations to carve out a career.
As the judging for TPOTY 2021 draws to a close we speak to Chris Coe, TPOTY co-founder and chief judge about how it went, what sorts of images were entered and what the judges made of this year’s entries.
Manfred Zollner is editor-in-chief of Germany’s fotoMAGAZIN. His eye for an image has added a fresh and interesting dimension to the TPOTY judging panel since he joined in 2007.
Linda adds a different slant to this year’s TPOTY judging panel. She’s a creative producer who deals very much with how images are used to convey a message or tell a story. Here she gives her insights into the process.
TPOTY and WPY judge Colin Finlay gives us his insight into how to win photography competitions.
Photographers’ agent, mentor and competition judge; a job in the world of photography isn’t just about making pictures.
PhotoMouth One – In the world of photography we love to label and categorise but labelling often misses the point…
Somewhere along the way – particularly in the last 10 years – it feels like the very concept of travel has become diluted.
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.
Chris Coe, co-founder of Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) and professional photographer describes his personal journey into and through photography.
Diana Jarvis is co-editor of Eye for the Light. She explains how she ended up working in travel photography.