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In his latest body of work, Sheffield-based photographer Darren O'Brien documents two developing communities in his home city, as gentrification takes hold. The images reveal the changing face of Sharrow...

Looking for a Christmas gift for a photographer friend - or for yourself? Andy Westlake and Michael Topham have selected some of the best gifts for photographers for you to choose from If you’re struggling to come up with gift ideas for a friend or family...

Dec 03, 2019 — In the 1930s, flying was reserved mostly for the birds in Canton. But for local photographer Dwight Church, an airplane was the perfect tool to get a picture no one else could. Michael GreenwoodDwight Church, the North Country's first aerial photographer Dwight Church...

The Fujifilm House of Photography will opens today at 11am at 8-9 Long Acre, London WC2. And if you’re in the area, it’s well worth a visit. Fujifilm’s UK reps...

When war broke out in eastern Ukraine in 2014, thousands of people were forced to flee their homes, transforming thriving communities into ghost towns overnight. As classrooms became sniper nests, family homes became barracks and community centres turned into ammunition caches, precious remnants of peacetime...