Todd Clare is a landscape photographer from Byron Bay Australia. His works are still, deep and as vivid as the lands they’re captured in. Dance through the desert and volcanic island with a visual essay accompanying Todd’s travel diaries
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Denisse Ariana Pérez seeks out the connection between nature and people to disarm Western stereotypes and overcome harmful cultural clichés.
The Nigerian creative's work focuses on the black experience and visualises a world to look forward to.
By venturing to the northernmost point of South America, travellers can help the indigenous tribe forgotten by the rest of the world.
Gordon Parks’ powerful depictions of injustice and poverty played a vital role in America’s civil rights movement.
Mandy shares her tips on the best gear, camera settings and mindset for taking captivating wildlife shots.
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Pulling the trigger on an endangered animal sounds unthinkable. In Namibia, a conservationist tells a more complicated story.
Learn from some of photography’s best. These digital classes, for beginners and professionals alike, will touch-up your talents for the future.
We chatted with five photographers who photograph the changing environment about how they hope to encourage collective action.
Photographer Brooke Holm immerses herself in the world’s most remote landscapes to explore the complex relationship between nature and humanity.
Tom Wolff’s photos will gently persuade even the fussiest travellers of the charms and freedoms of bike travel.
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.
Photographer and journalist Mandy Sham explores the immersive complexities of the human experience by delving into the ways in which people influence and occupy the microcosmic spaces around them.
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.
Alexey Vasilyev lives in one of the coldest cities in the world in Yakutia, Russia. He makes photographs as a way to keep his mind healthy and to document his home town and the people who live there. Beautiful, just the way they are.
White Gold by Adrian Morris. A photo story from the salt mines of Ghana in West Africa and a conversation with the ever curious wandering photographer, Adrian Morris.