The latest photography by Maureen Douglas-Green is on show in the Stories without Words exhibition at Harbour House.
‘There’s something for everybody and everyone’s invited’ reads the tag line to the Brighton Photo Fringe. It’s an event that says it’s one of the largest and most inclusive photography festivals in the UK, which can’t be bad. And it’s a month-long event, so there’s plenty of opportunity to pop along.
Underwater image from the Sony website
The images of Christmas are ripe for capturing – the whole festive season is one long photo opportunity. We’ve got some tips to make your seasonal snaps shine like the star on top of a tree.
From displays of extraordinary animal behaviour to unexpected views of nature, the hunt is on for the planet’s best wildlife images for the 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition.
Lundy Island’s annual underwater photography, Splash In! has been described as an successful event by participants and the Warden, Beccy MacDonald: “This year’s Splash In! has been amazing!
Photographers who are enthusiastic about such things have been jumping up and down with glee about the Nokia Lumia 920 – maybe that’s what gave the Finnish smartphone people the idea to team up with Red Bull freerunning champions to show off just how good the Nokia Lumia 920 is.
Nightlife photography seems like a whole lifestyle within itself, yet we all go out – we all have memorable nights.