See a showcase of the shortlisted images from the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year Exhibition, and details of the upcoming exhibiton.
Martyn James Bull tells us how the locations of Didcot’s power stations were plotted to fit with the natural landscape, and his project to recreate the ‘viewpoint’ photographs of the…
Surrealist photographer Benjamin Von Wong recounts the challenging process behind his stunning underwater shot of one model’s encounter with sharks.
FREE Seminar Friday, 3 June, 6-9.30pm with Game of Thrones stills photographer, Helen Sloan AP and Nikon School Live are offering you the chance to go behind the scenes on…
We chat with Thomas Dukes, curator of the Open 2: Pieces of You exhibition, which explores how we gather and make meaning of our experiences.
Send us your best shots of little known landscape locations in the UK for a chance to appear in a future issue of Amateur Photographer magazine.
To mark the exibition and book Passion, we take a look at the life and work of Maud Sulter, who is said to have reinvented the visual imagery of black…
Photo London 2016, which runs this year from 19-22 May, has attracted a line-up of big names. Karen Sheard picks the festival’s highlights and must-see events.
We showcase the winning entries across many of the different categories of the Sony World Photography Awards, announced last week.
Magnum Photos have announced the death of Magnum photographer, Nicolas Tikhomiroff, who passed away on 17 April 2016.
To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the ColorChecker targets, X-Rite are running this rather wacky competition called ‘Where’s That ColorChecker?’
Rock star Brian May and historian Denis Pellerin have launched a 3-D photobook ‘Crinoline: Fashion’s Most Magnificent Disaster’. We find out why...
We asked Canon’s David Parry why they had introduced 4K video to the new Canon EOS 1D X Mark II. Watch our short video interview, taken at The Photography Show.…
The shortlist for the Kraszna-Krausz Best Photography Book Awards 2016 has just been announced, featuring an eclectic mix of powerful imagery and subject matter.
The man hailed to be Britain's longest serving Picture Editor has announced his plans to retire this June, leaving a legacy of 30 years of service behind him.
Photographer Edgar Martins talks to Karen Sheard about his new project ‘Siloquies and Soliloquies on Death, Life and Other Interludes’.
Why not make the most of the spring months by setting yourself a photography project? We have a number for you to try.
The Holi festival of colours in India takes place on the 23 March but there are also places in the UK where you can celebrate and take some stunning images.
We interview war photographer Fabio Bucciarelli about his latest project capturing images of the world’s refugee crisis.
Photographer Jim Grover spent a year with priest Kit Gunasekera, to produce his photo essay, Of Things Not Seen: A Year in the Life of a London Priest.