Marius Janse van Rensburg and Bazil Raubach are two of the photographers who covered the all drama productions of this year’s National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. We were…

Ever decreasing circles -getting close to wildlife Wildlife photography is often considered the domain of extreme long lenses. These great bazooka-like lumps of glass, metal and engineering plastic…

Expanding The Audience United Photo Industries’ massive public exhibitions bring modern photography to accessible public spaces In an era when the resolution of smartphone cameras has reached an…

The secret to good travel photography is simplicity. Go Travel! As far back as 1912, Captain Robert Scott, one of history’s great explorers, realised that photography could complement…

With his new book, called Northern Ireland: 30 Years of Photography, Colin Graham is exploring this work. Taking 1980 as his starting point, Graham traces the developments in…

Despite reaching the goals he initially set out to achieve, such as appearing in BBC Wildlife Magazine, pursuing wildlife photography full time is no longer Jules Cox’s ambition….

“Become the guy that makes good stuff, knows I people, and makes things happen, and you’re the one they’re going to hire», says Northampton shire-based Adam Duckworth, whose…