Owen Hearn, 16, from Stewkley, Leighton Buzzard, has been named the overall winner of the RSPCA Young Photographer Awards 2014 (YPA14) for his atmospheric Seal at Sunrise photograph taken on the Norfolk coastline on New Year’s Day during a morning out with his grandfather.
The new book Art Kane by Jonathan Kane and Holly Anderson is the first time the photographer’s work has been collecting into one volume.
Five aspiring photographers have been shortlisted in a nationwide competition to find the music industry’s next big photography star.
For some Mikhail Baryshnikov played one of the oh-so-near relationships for Carrie Bradshaw in Sex in the City, for others he is the high-profile, high-jumping legendary dancer. But now in yet another manifestation, Mikhail is showing his skill behind the lens in a new show Dancing Away.
A new arts book takes a silver-lined journey through Andy Warhol’s Factory through the photography of Billy Name.
Ray Hollands’ black and white photography of Along Devon’s Coasts is not intended either as a history or a guidebook, but the images are intended as the brush strokes of a painting, which say something of the whole.
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.
The Guardian is creating an exclusive photography guide drawing on the insight and craft of Guardian and Observer photography experts and is calling on photographers to take part and win a place on a Guardian photography masterclass. Continue reading Free photography guide in Saturday’s Guardian
The ideas around British-born Chinese identity are beautifully, powerfully and personally portrayed by Devon artist Clem So, and leave you with such universal questions, that when news of photographic exhibition Between East & West: The British Chinese popped up, we thought it deserved a closer look.
The Gallery, Plymouth College of Art has a series of photographs by Martin Parr showing the different ways in which people display their wealth.
CUBE is hosting Staffordshire University’s INVISO – a group exhibition showcasing work from final year photography students.
The Chartered Institute of Building has announced that its annual Art of Building international digital photography competition is now open for entry. The contest, which celebrates creativity in the construction industry, will also raise much-needed funds for a major project to build hurricane and earthquake resilient schools in Haiti, organised by development and disaster relief organisation, Article 25.
Photography students from Plymouth College of Art are inviting members of the public to come in for a free photo shoot at their pop-up photography studio in the college’s city centre shop, One Zero Nine on Cornwall Street.
I truly feel I was born to be an artist. I knew at an early age being an artist would be my destiny and life long journey. Both of my parents had artistic talent, my mother was an oil and acrylic painter, and my father designed and made sterling silver jewelry. Thankfully, I received a tremendous amount of encouragement to pursue my art career from them.
Guy Martin’s photographs of the Arab Spring of 2011 in Egypt and Libya will be on display in an exhibition at The Poly, Falmouth.
Burton Art Gallery & Museum’s winter exhibition includes around 65 iconic photographs by Snowdon, capturing some of the most important figures in recent art history including Frank Auerbach (pictured), Peter Blake, William Coldstream, John Piper, Graham Sutherland, Joe Tilson, David Hockney and many others.