Win a spot on a high-profile photo shoot – enter the Children With Cancer UK Photography Competition

Win a spot on a high-profile photo shoot in the Children With Cancer UK Photography Competition

Children with Cancer UK, the leading national children’s charity dedicated to the fight against all childhood cancers, is calling on all of you talented photographers to help them with their important work.

Enter your image on the theme of ‘childhood’ and you could win a spot on a high-profile photo shoot with celebrity photographer Nicky Johnston.

Photo Anatomy: why a top pro used a ’60s retro style to photograph Kate Beckinsale

Photo Anatomy: why a top pro used '60s retro style to photograph Kate Beckinsale

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, top portrait pro Jason Bell explains how he used a ’60s retro style in his elegant portrait of Hollywood actress Kate Beckinsale.

Photo Anatomy: the Olympic vision of one of the world’s best sports photographers

Photo Anatomy: the Olympic vision of one of the world's best sports photographers

In our Photo Anatomy series we select pictures by famous photographers and explain what makes them work. Here sports photographer Mark Pain explains how he made this unique image from the 2012 Olympics.

The Photography Show: our MAJOR new consumer event at Birmingham NEC!

10 trade show photography tips for Focus on Imaging 2013

Future Publishing, the specialist media group that publishes Digital Camera World, has unveiled The Photography Show, a major new consumer event that will take the place normally held by Focus on Imaging in 2014 at the NEC in Birmingham.

Photo Anatomy: photographing the aurora borealis in stunning detail

Photo Anatomy: photographing the aurora borealis in stunning detail

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 look at how Norwegian photographer Ole Salomonsen captured this dramatic picture of the aurora borealis.

Guest Post: 11 Magnum photographers who changed the world

Guest Post: 11 Magnum photographers who changed the world

In their latest guest post, our friends at the photo management blog Photoventure pay tribute to eleven Magnum photographers who, often putting life and limb on the line, have done no less than change the world with the images they have taken.

6 photographers who should really be more famous

6 photographers who should really be more famous

We’re all familiar with the Adams’ and Leibovitzs of the world. But there are a number of great photographers producing stunning work quietly under the radar of the photographic literati.

In their latest guest blog, our friends at Photoventure have rounded up 6 of the best photographers working today who really should be more famous than they are. Do you agree?

Photo Anatomy: the making of Frans Lanting’s ‘Ghost Trees At Dawn’

Photo Anatomy: the making of Frans Lanting's 'Ghost Trees At Dawn'

In our latest Photo Anatomy post we look back at one of the most famous images by one of the world’s most famous active photographers. Ghost Trees At Dawn looks like a painting, but this is a genuine photograph of trees in the Namibian desert. The legendary Frans Lanting tells us how he did it.

Off Camera Flash Photography: tips from Damien Lovegrove for shooting outdoors

Off Camera Flash Photography: tips from Damien Lovegrove for shooting outdoors

In our latest Professional Photographer to the Rescue post, famous portrait photographer Damien Lovegrove shares his best off camera flash photography tips for coping with difficult lighting when shooting portraits outdoors.

Photo Anatomy: capturing spectacular moments in the wild

Photo Anatomy: capturing spectacular moments in the wild

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 look back at the runner-up in the prestigious Veolia Environement Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards 2011, which was shot by then-16-year-old photographer Jamie Unwin. Here… Continue reading