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Google penalises duplicate content, so does that mean stock photos are bad? Image Source’s Alex Jordan comments on Matt Cutts’ recent webmaster video.
"Only speeding cameras are objective...photography is about lying." Keijser reveals the visual and emotionally compelling truths with his nefarious craft.
Our fourth and final review of the works shortlisted for the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize, Chris Kilip's 'What Happened Great Britain 1970 – 1990’
The success of last year’s inaugural Photocentric day at CEPIC in London means the sequel in Barcelona is eagerly awaited
Photographer Robin Mellor shoots for people like The Guardian, Esquire, Huck, Elle Deco and Image Source, exploring the dynamic relationship between people and place
Linda Leonard talks us through her Kickstarter project "Camden NJ - A Troubled City": a photo-documentary that aims to raise awareness of America's poorest...
Phil's work highlights the extreme scenarios graffiti artists put themselves in, the access they are able to gain and the audacity with which they...
Cedric Dubus perfectly captures life's intemediary moments, the 'quietly spectacular,' 'when the action of photography just clicks into place.'
Mark Crummett's "Ghosts in the Machine" is inspired by the assemblage art of his father Clovis Crummett and Joseph Cornell. Mark uses technological cast-offs...
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