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An uninvited guest in the backyard Many wildlife photographers love to travel to far-off places to capture animals the rest of us rarely see. But as Richard Peters proves, you don't even have to leave home to create amazing photographs and win big prizes. Nov. 04, 2015
Never too late to start over This week we're proud to feature an interview with Hu Wanfeng, who is a Chinese 55-year-old photographer and a member of International Photography Association. He has been awarded a PSA China medal in the 4th Hoylake International Digital Exhibition 2015 Oct. 20, 2015
There is beauty in commercial photography Most people tend to think of commercial photographers as those who are stylish and well-paid, and maybe weird as well. Yet is this stereotype the reality? Today we are proud to feature an all-new interview with Li Huizhao, an emerging commercial photograp Oct. 05, 2015
Aleppo's Last Hope Interview of ​Sebastiano Tomada, who has won “2015 Px3 Photographer of the Year" for his work ​"Aleppo's Last Hope". Sep. 06, 2015
Phubbing life “Since you snubs the beautiful scenery around you, you will be snubbed by it too.” Aug. 20, 2015
Exploring the ocean depths Photographer Anuar Patjane Floriuk has won the grand prize of the 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest for his breathtaking underwater shot of scuba divers swimming close to a humpback whale and her newborn calf. Aug. 17, 2015
On the drive Lin Wuwang has won the first prize in the Documentary Category in the First “Global Photography” National Photographic Art Exhibition with his work “On the drive”. Aug. 11, 2015
Capturing moments along the journey Yvonne Lu found the romantic, vintage feel very appealing. They seemed as if they didn’t need anything else in the world. Aug. 06, 2015
Picking up inspiration everywhere It was one of those unexpected scenes that Michał Koralewski captured as he strolled through a market square in Warsaw and spotted an accordionist playing traditional Polish songs. Jul. 30, 2015
The Lived Reality of Australia Caked in the mud of these forgotten places, these imitation objects serve as symbols of the past which the present is forgetting, and the future which the present is working towards. Jul. 24, 2015
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