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Shooting at Puzzlewood Forest, the inspiration for Lord of the Rings

Puzzlewood Forest in the UK is where Tolkien was inspired to write Lord of the Rings and so the perfect location for shooting concepts of wonder and exploration.

As real as it gets: Janette Beckman’s hip-hop portraits are a (deli) window to another time

We talk to photographer Janette Beckman about her seminal work in the early days of hip-hop capturing artists such as Salt-N-Pepa, Run DMC and Grandmaster Flash.

Behind the Fashion Week wall: 5 photographers, 5 glamorous stories

The story behind some of the alternative images on display at New York Fashion Week from the photographers.

Jonathan Daniel: Three tips for shooting sports in challenging conditions

Sports Photographer Jonathan Daniel tells the story behind one of his most challenging NFL football moments.

Getty Images photojournalist receives Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Ebola crisis

Getty Images photojournalist Daniel Berehulak has won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize in the Feature Photography category for his work covering the Ebola crisis.

Photographer Adam Pretty on the unexpected moments that keep him passionate

“Shooting a live action event, it’s almost like a condensed version of everyday life.” Photographer Adam Pretty has been to almost every corner of the world, including time spent living in Sydney, LA, Beijing, Tokyo and Munich. Hear the stories behind some of his most iconic images and find out what keeps him hungry for […]

On a shoot with fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni

Go behind the scenes on a shoot with photographer Timur Emek and Italian fashion blogger, Chiara Ferragni.

Who are the Vanguardians? Cultural shift toward social good shows in imagery

Explore the world of Vanguardians – intrepid individuals and brands who foster positive, global change.

Why photographer Sally Anscombe will never stop learning

“Learning and experimenting with new ideas and techniques, whether or not they work for me, keeps things moving forward and fresh.” I first got excited about photography when I was very young, and my parents gave me a Canon Sure Shot Point and Shoot camera that I took everywhere with me, constantly taking photos. I […]

Webinar | Vanguardians: Imagery showing social good

“These Vanguardians are the visionary leaders, entrepreneurs and public figures fostering global citizenship. And they are having an impact on imagery.” Re-watch our webinar to hear the latest research on the visual trend of Vanguardians. More than ever before, brands are redefining success to include a sense of ‘social responsibility’ and so we’re seeing brands […]

Wild Tales: Photographer captures ancient war ritual in Bali

Our photographers capture some of the wildest moments around the world. Putu Sayoga discusses what it’s like to capture the Ancient Pandanus War Ritual on the island of Bali.

Real bodies, preserved: Photographer covers 90 people in honey and the results are stunning

“The honey has a way of softening people’s features … It democratizes people.” Photographer Blake Little covered 90 people of different ages, ethnicities and body types in honey for his latest project, “Preservation.” But how did he persuade people to cover themselves in the sticky substance? “When I cast for it, I didn’t tell people […]

Photographer calls for mainstream advertisers to include gay couples in their campaigns

“When we’re used to seeing this kind of imagery on a global scale, it will soften the hate in people.” Photographer Braden Summers felt frustrated with how gay relationships were often depicted in imagery, as either highly sexualized or hiding in the shadows – especially in cultures where acceptance is still a challenge. So the […]

Photographer overcomes vertigo to shoot these incredible twilight shots from a helicopter

Michael Hitoshi is best known for his ‘Twilight’ series which captures the transition between natural and artificial light at dusk.

Wanderlust? No, Wonderlust. New style of travel imagery ignites the soul

“There is a desire not just to see and do more, but also to be more.” We’ve all done it: Wistfully screen gazing, lusting after wondrous travel experiences, considering pilgrimages to faraway lands and daydreaming about outer space. Real or virtual, our fascination with the boundless beauty and unpredictability of nature’s mysteries endures. And it […]

Wild Tales: Photographer captures Mount Sinabung as it erupts

Our photographers capture some of the wildest moments around the world. Here Indonesian photographer Ulet Ifansasti describes photographing Mount Sinabung during eruption.

Geishas, jousting & eagle hunting: The ancient traditions connecting us with nature

In today’s world where technology leads the way, there is a yearning for a deeper, more spiritual meaning. People around the world hold onto ancient traditions connecting them with nature which are passed on from one generation to the next. Our photographers are in the furthest flung corners of the world capturing these customs: “Yuko […]