This is not a camera, it’s technology: the KeyMission 360 & Corey Rich

  Whether it’s wading crocodile-infested rivers in Papa New Guinea or trekking across the Sahara desert, in the last two decades, photographer, director, and extreme sport enthusiast, Corey Rich has documented some

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Is photography teaching for you? Part 2 of 3 – “It’s a privilege to pass on photography” Roie Galitz

  In the last blog, we heard from South African wedding photographer, Brett Florens about teaching photography as a profitable sideline for photographer. In the second part of our blog, we now follow

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STORMS TO MOONRISES: WEATHER PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS by ROBERT CANIS, UK (1/2)

  In the first of this two part blog series on weather photography, we ask Robert Canis, professional weather and landscape photographer, to tell us the story of exactly how

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What’s in the bag? Kate Hopewell-Smith Reveals her Professional Kitbag

When you look at Kate Hopewell-Smith’s portfolio, you will see an outstanding body of work that reflects a talent for creating unique perspective, so it was natural to invite Kate to

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I AM Different: Clark Little: Capturing the perfect wave

Clark Little’s distinctive photography of waves breaking on the stunning beaches of Hawaii have established him as one of the foremost innovative photographers out there today. Each of Clark’s intensive

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