Book review – Photographing Iceland is a two volume guide to Iceland, how and what to photograph there
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
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?
Indigo Larmour is twice the winner of Young Photographer of the Year and she’s still only 13. She is Irish though born in Abu Dhabi but has spent most of her childhood – so far – on the road or living in different parts of the world.
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.
Mouneb Taim is a 20-year-old Syrian who has spent the last 10 years photographing the war in his home country. This is his story.
We talk to Ben Skaar, 2020 Young Travel Photographer of the Year (15–18 years). At 17, Ben is enthusiastic and fully tuned in to all the online opportunities which often baffle older photographers.
“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.”
TPOTY winner 2019 Katy Gomez Catalina thinks the best photos evoke something in us – even if we don’t understand what we’re seeing.
Twice winner of Young TPOTY, author of self-published photo book ‘Survivors’, creator of his own charity and he’s STILL only 18.
Art director-turned-photographer – and former overall winner of Travel Photographer of the Year – Marsel van Oosten pre-visualises photographs before he takes them – and sometimes even before he leaves home.
Jasper’s photos come from his innate curiosity for the creatures he encounters.
“I still think that I’m improving”: Paul Sansome believes he can take his best photograph tomorrow. He discusses how his photography has improved – and continues to improve.
“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.
Phoebe Smith is an adventurer, photographer and author. We speak to her about senses – of achievement and of place.