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    Rooftopping: meet a photographer who scales skyscrapers for extreme portraits

    | News | 27/12/2013 00:01am
    Rooftopping: meet a photographer who scales skyscrapers for extreme wide angles

    Fancy climbing skyscrapers without safety gear and then taking photos? Neither do we. But for Russian photographer Ivan Kuznetsov, these unparalleled views of Moscow are his favourite subject to shoot. He explains his love for rooftopping photography and how he gets his extreme images.

    Magnum Photos: The Christmas Tree Bucket – Trent Parke’s brilliantly dark essay on modern living

    | News | 24/12/2013 00:01am
    Magnum Photos: The Christmas Tree Bucket - Trent Parke's brilliantly dark essay on modern living

    Most people are familiar with traditional Christmas tales like Twas The Night Before Christmas. In this brilliantly dark, yet heartwarming, take on the Christmas story, Magnum Photos legend Trent Parke turns the camera on his own family to record the family rituals of Christmas. What began as a moment of clarity after vomiting into a Christmas tree bucket on his in-laws’ lawn, Parke’s photo essay reveals the absurdities that lurk in the suburban shadows.

    Paul Conroy: on Syria, the death of Marie Colvin and the future of war photography

    | News | 18/12/2013 00:01am
    Paul Conroy: on Syria, the death of Marie Colvin and the future of war photography

    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.

    Scott Kelby photography tips: the secret to growing a loyal legion of followers

    | Photography Tips | 22/11/2013 00:01am
    Scott Kelby photography tips: the secret to growing a loyal legion of followers

    The legendary photography training guru Scott Kelby tell us his most prized tips for growing and engaging with a community of followers of your work.

    10 things we can learn from famous photographers of the past

    | News | 26/10/2013 00:01am
    10 things we can learn from famous photographers of the past

    There is no shortage of photography tips out there, but some of the best ones can be found by studying the old masters. Here our friends at Photoventure have put together ten crucial photography tips that have never gone out of date.

    10 ways to drive photography snobs mad

    | News | 07/10/2013 00:01am
    10 ways to drive photography snobs mad

    If you’ve found yourself grinding your teeth listening to photography snobs droning on at length, then this article is for you. We’ve put together 10 ways to drive them crazy.

    32 things photographers say… and what they really mean

    | News | 30/09/2013 00:01am
    Final off camera flash tips from our professional photographer: using flash in sunlight

    Photography has a language all of its own; a rich mix of camera jargon, lens acronyms and technical buzzwords that can be an utterly baffling sea of noise to beginners. But, with the internet and all, it doesn’t take long to know your f-stops from your fill-flash, and be able to separate HDR, DOF and TTL.

    In this post we translate some of the common things photographers say and explain just what those photographers are trying to say. Just remember that our tongues were firmly in our cheeks when we put this together…

    Photo Anatomy: the secrets behind one photographer’s perfect composition

    | Landscape, Photography Tips | 25/08/2013 13:00pm
    Photo Anatomy: the secrets behind one photographer's perfect composition

    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, we dissect Alisdair Miller’s striking image of a stranded lifeboat in Dubai.

    Photo Anatomy: the secret behind Tim Flach’s meticulous animal techniques

    | Photography Tips, Wildlife | 18/08/2013 14:00pm
    Photo Anatomy: the secret behind Tim Flach's carefully planned animal 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, photographer Tim Flach reveals the ingenious, carefully planned technique that enabled him to create this perfect Afghan Hound shot!

    Photo Anatomy: the secret to one man’s cracking high-speed photography

    | Photography Tips | 11/08/2013 13:00pm
    Photo Anatomy: the secret to one photographer's cracking high-speed photography

    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, we dissect the tasty high-speed photography of Dan Newton, who’s amazing picture of an egg caught at the moment it shattered has all the ingredients of a fantastic shot!

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