A spontaneous moment of inspiration resulted in Harry Borden capturing a striking image of the billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
In August 2014, the Perseid meteor shower and supermoon appearing in the night skies over the North Kent Marshes gave Robert Canis an opportunity to…
Although David Bailey was initially brusque, shooting his portrait ended up a pleasure, says Harry Borden
Alexander James discusses the lengthy process behind his surreal image of several generations of butterflies. He explains all to Jade Severs
Andrew Scriven discusses the importance of confidence and his unusual shot of a dance performed by Maasai villagers in Tanzania
Mark Benham, winner of the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year competition 2016, explains why you don’t need perfect light to win big
Award-winning photographer Harry Borden looks back at a shoot with actress Gillian Anderson.
Award-winning photographer Harry Borden looks back at two contrasting portrait shoots with singer-songwriter PJ Harvey
Surrealist photographer Benjamin Von Wong recounts the challenging process behind his stunning underwater shot of one model’s encounter with sharks.
Award-winning portrait photographer Harry Borden recalls two portrait sessions with the eccentric and enigmatic contemporary artists Gilbert & George.
Wedding photographer Thomas Stewart explains the circumstances behind his shot of a happy couple caught beneath a blanket of rain in this photo insight.
Harry Borden looks back at his most famous images. Here, he recalls his shoot with former prime minister Baroness Thatcher.
Harry Borden remembers a 2005 portrait shoot with the creative and charismatic actress Tilda Swinton
In 2009 I fulfilled an ambition I had held for years: to photograph wild common buzzards in my home county of Kent. Why? Well, until…
Michael Topham recreates an iconic photograph of the Flying Scotsman, 53 years after the original was taken
Photojournalist Nick Danziger talks to Steve Fairclough about his project, Eleven Women Facing War, on show at the Imperial War Museum, London.
Robert Canis discusses the simple yet effective technique behind his image and the importance of perfection in close-up photography.
Robert Canis discusses his lengthy commitment to photographing a badger sett, and the techniques that helped him achieve his goal, in this photo insight.
This is one of those pictures where our perception of it has changed due to the widely reported tragic events that occurred some time after.…
Frosty plants can make beautiful photographic subjects. Heather Angel explains how she used ‘grazed flash’ to capture this magical image of frost on hogweed