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[ad_1] By ABIGAIL ARUNGAMore by this Author Sebastian Wanzalla is a photographer. He describes himself as a flexible and passionate creative who is not afraid of going against the grain.1. How did you end up being a photographer? What was your first camera type?I am a...

[ad_1] Goop isn't feeling so zen about its director of brand partnerships soliciting advertisers for her sponsored proposal. ...

[ad_1] Ian Weldon is not a wedding photographer. Or at least, he is, but he’s not like the rest of them. If your heart desires symmetrical lines of guests against a photogenic backdrop divided down familial lines, or a bouquet of flowers flying through the...

[ad_1] Are you thinking about becoming an event photographer? This article will begin by giving you some insight into what the job entails and the beginning steps for getting started. By its end, you should have a fundamental roadmap for getting started.Editor’s note: Mik Milman...

[ad_1] IT WAS a few years ago in Tieri when Taneisha Millar bought her first camera and started to hone her photography skills.The mother of four was living in the mining town and after realising there was were no professional photographers in the area,...

[ad_1] A SET of rare photographs has been saved after the Wantage Novel Library's collection was sold off. The town's Vale and Downland Museum saved around 70 archaic shots for posterity, and plans to exhibit them next year. ALSO READ: Vale and Downland...