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During a trip to Uganda's capital photographer Ariel Tagar caught sight of a man riding past on a Vespa scooter. Striking up a conversation with the rider led to one of his most acclaimed photo projects to date
Fine art photographer Rachael Talibart answers our quick-fire questions to kickstart her takeover of the World Photography Organisation's Instagram feed for the week
Perhaps it was the time he spent in Barcelona, a Mecca for Modernist architecture, that influenced Keith Isaacs' decision to dedicate his life to photographing architecture. We put him under the spotlight  
Photographer and animals rights advocate Janet Holmes uses the power of positive storytelling in her imagery to promote the need for a world free from animal exploitation   
Sheung Yiu's intriguing photographic practice stems from looking at images found in his old school science textbooks. He reveals more about his highly stylised approach to photography and where he finds his inspiration
We celebrate the start of the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards shortlist announcements with nine inspiring images of or relating to buildings. All pictures have been taken from the 2019 Open and Youth competition shortlists  
After graduating in architecture in Rio de Janeiro, André Nazareth worked for a few years as an architect before deciding to move to London, where he focused on documentary photography. 
When wanting to escape the stresses of her demanding day job Grace Chon would roam the streets and photograph local homeless dogs. Here she shares her humorous studio portraits of pooches and pups. 

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