If you feel shy about dealing with strangers, here are a few tips for putting them at ease to take portraits you’ll both be happy with..
As the world gets to grips with the worst refugee crisis since the Second World War, the humanitarian aid organisation The International Rescue Committee sent its photographer Tyler Jump to visit one of the migrant camps at Lesbos.
Looking for photo inspiration this month? Look no further than these nine creative photo ideas to try in July.
We’re kicking off April with a new list of exciting photo projects like brooding landscapes, portraits of mothers and babies, creative forests and even selling your images!
Looking for inspiration for your photography? Look no further than these 9 creative photo ideas to try in March!
Discover how to shoot and enhance a portrait that ‘tells the story’ of your subject at work or at play.
In the first of a new series of interviews, we spoke to renowned British conflict photographer Paul Conroy. Paul has worked in some of the most dangerous places in the world‚ and nearly lost his life doing so. Last year he made headlines when he was seriously injured in a rocket attack in Syria that killed his friend and colleague, Marie Colvin.
His new book, Under The Wire: Marie Colvin’s Final Assignment recounts that experience, and in this interview he tells us how writing the book helped him come to terms with the terrible events in Syria.
We are very proud to announce that David Shaw has won our joint competition with the international sight-saving charity ORBIS to win an exclusive photo assignment in Nepal.
Click to see his winning portfolio, as well as the other photographers on our shortlist.
Candid photography is one of the more difficult types of portraiture you can shoot. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to capture both informal portraits and documentary-style pictures of people at work using a variety of techniques.
In our Photo Anatomy series on Digital Camera World we select pictures by famous photographers and explain point by point what makes them work.
In our latest instalment, documentary photographer Nyani Quarmyne explains how he took this stunning portrait at a New Orleans street party.