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21 Oct 2013 | No Comment | 2,185 views
Interview: Luke Hayden, wedding photographer

Luke Hayden is an Essex-based professional wedding photographer, whose documentary style has proved a smash with many brides and grooms. Here, he lets us in on his technique and the gear he uses on the big day.

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1 Aug 2013 | 8 Comments | 7,764 views
Interview: Panasonic explains the Lumix GX7

We caught up with Mark Baber, Assistant Product Manager, Lumix G, Panasonic UK, to talk about the new Lumix GX7. Among other things, he explains why Panasonic used an LCD rather than an OLED viewfinder for the camera, and also reveals why it produces the best image quality of any Lumix G-series camera to date.

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27 Feb 2013 | 118 Comments | 37,388 views
Leopards, Lava & Lizards: an interview with photographer Sue Flood

Sue Flood is a professional wildlife and travel photographer whose clients include the BBC, Discovery Channel and Animal Planet. We sat down with her recently to chat about wildlife photography, exciting animal encounters and new adventures in warmer climates…

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10 May 2012 | One Comment | 4,292 views
An interview with sports photographer Geoff Waugh

Geoff Waugh is a multi-award winning sports photographer who specialises in cyclesport of all disciplines. When he’s not in shooting a road bike race from a muddy Belgian ditch he can be found up a mountain photographing downhill bikers or at a velodrome with the track racers.

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13 Oct 2011 | 9 Comments | 7,447 views
An interview with photographer Sue Flood

Before she became a full-time photographer, Sue Flood worked with the BBC for 11 years in their Natural History Unit where she was an Associate Producer on the award-winning series ‘The Blue Planet’, and also more recently on ‘Planet Earth’. I recently met up with Sue again to have a chat about her recent travels to some warmer climates…

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10 Jun 2011 | 2 Comments | 3,463 views
Favourite Locations: Snowdonia

In the “Favourite Locations” articles we will be asking photographers to tell us about a particular location that they simply love to photograph. It might be a small, local site that only a few people know about, or a huge expanse that requires some expert knowledge to get the best out of. It doesn’t matter whether it’s within walking distance or a day’s plane flight away; it’s all about the location, location, location. Here, Royston Wake tells us about some of his favourite places in Snowdonia, North Wales.

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3 Jun 2011 | 2 Comments | 3,706 views
Interview with a Photographer – a charity calendar shoot

Producing and selling a calendar has become an increasingly popular way of raising funds for and awareness of worthwhile charities across the world. As such, many photographers are finding themselves asked by friends or family to shoot the images for these calendars. In this interview I spoke to pro photographer Tony Read about his involvement in a charity calendar and some of the challenges he faced shooting it.

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11 May 2011 | 2 Comments | 2,943 views
Favourite locations: Baconsthorpe Castle

In the “Favourite Locations” articles we will be asking photographers to tell us about a particular location that they simply love to photograph. It might be a small, local site that only a few people know about, or a huge expanse that requires some expert knowledge to get the best out of. It doesn’t matter whether it’s within walking distance or a day’s plane flight away; it’s all about the location, location, location. Here, Ben Weeks tells us about Baconsthorpe castle in Norfolk and why it is one of his favourite places to photograph.

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7 Apr 2011 | 2 Comments | 3,869 views
Why I love my Lowepro DryZone 100

In the “Why I love my…” articles we will be asking photographers to tell us about a specific piece of equipment that they have developed a strong bond with and whose presence has improved their photographic experiences. It might be a near perfect combination of form and function that is to be put up on a pedestal and worshipped, or a flawed and challenging device that requires a fair bit of effort to wrangle the best out of, but whose companionship is essential. Here, Ben Weeks tells us why he loves his Lowepro DryZone 100 backpack.

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30 Mar 2011 | 38 Comments | 12,315 views
An interview with photographer Sue Flood

We sat down with professional photographer and former BBC producer Sue Flood, who worked on the award-winning series The Blue Planet to find out more about her photography in some of the coldest places on Earth…Plus we have a signed copy of her book up for grabs!