Better to confuse than bore - An interview with Tom Oldham
Tom Oldham is a London-based portrait photographer, focusing mostly on portraits of musicians, sports stars and other "talented folk". He works in locations across the UK and worldwide.
Superman - Gaël Monfils at the 2016 Australian Open, by James O'brien
James O’brien has been shooting the world’s top sporting events for the last 20 years. He shoots in various styles and genres, including editorial, commercial, PR, corporate, and portraits.
Making your mark: Top tips from Diana Markosian, Juno Calypso and Hayley Louisa Brown
"I’m looking for the sort work one makes because they can’t imagine not making it…That’s when it feels raw"
Quiet and unassuming - Flowers at Dusk by Esther Whyatt
"Our culture praises superficial beauty, loudness, overconfidence. The best things are frequently quiet and unassuming, often unseen or ignored."
Charlie surfs on Lotus Flowers - A breakthrough project by Simone Sapienza
"Vietnam was all built in my imagination but just thanks to the cinema, through movies like Apocalypse Now.... I was curious to see what the country that defeated the US looked like."
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