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There are so many parameters at play when it comes to shooting well in fog, mist or atmospheric haze. This article will help you cut through some of the uncertainty.
Set in the tropical north of Australia, Abigail Varney's latest photo series captures an anxious atmosphere that expresses just how inseparable we are from the climate.
The future of climate action is being steered in the right direction by the next crop of empowered activists.
Power plays, climate change and ominous peepholes in anonymous houses – these are our favourite works from the 50th edition of the Rencontres d’Arles.
Photographer and writer Andy Summons took a dream trip through Africa's oldest desert with four good mates and a bag full of cameras. Along the way he worked out how to protect himself from lions, summited Africa's tallest sand dune, and survived a scenic flight in an antique plane with a baby-faced pilot.
Despite reams of compelling data and supporting evidence from the scientific community, the vital message of climate change action is still being missed by huge numbers of people. Jack Parsons examines the important role photographers and artists play in our environmental crises and looks at how they can achieve what scientists cannot.
Eleanor Scott delves into the nuanced world of darkroom printing papers.
This year the Australian Photographic Portrait Prize Finalists are, as always, subtle and sublime.
Gobe Short Film Gold - The best of the fest. Our short film festival favourites.
Four Horses, Two Motorbikes and a VW in Flames. Matty Hannon’s Two Year Surf Trip from Alaska to Patagonia
Matty Hannon recounts his favourite parts of a two-year adventure surfing along the Pacific coast of the Americas making a documentary film.
Mustafah Abdulaziz is documenting this worlds relationship with water
Great filmmakers don't blame their tools. A look at the many film formats used to make our recent favourites.
Go for a minds wander with Joey Jensen in the majick of the Black Forest.