Interview

Late bloomer Carolyn Collins discusses her passion for flower photography

Although a late bloomer when it comes to photography, only picking up a camera in her mid-60s, Carolyn has found a passion for photographing flowers, even making greetings cards from her images.
Interview

FairShare Photography heroes: Capturing the intricacies of nature with Paula Vigus

Paula Vigus is a nature photographer from New Zealand known for her fungi photos. In this interview, she recounts her journey into photography and how she quickly became despondent with traditional stock image libraries, turning to Excio due to them turning the tables on the standard image libraries with their delivery and intentions of doing good for the world of photography and photographers.
Interview

FairShare Photography heroes: Selling unconventional photography with Henk Langerak

Henk Langerak is a photographer based in The Netherlands who has a passion for capturing everyday objects with his macro lens though can be also found taking landscape, architecture, and wildlife shots around the world.
Interview

Damon Marshall’s journey with photography and YOPD

Once a keen landscape photographer, Damon’s battle with YOPD meant that it became harder and harder for him to be able to get out and take his beloved shots. But now, a successful surgery has opened a window of opportunity for Damon to be able to get back out into the landscape, camera in hand.
Photography For Women

Meet Fairlie Atkinson: how she turned her travel snaps into a career whilst helping charities

Get motivational + practical tips from bird photographer and photography teacher Fairlie Atkinson as you learn how she got into photography.
Photography For Women

'Submerged' new series of work by Marina de Wit

Faced with a lack of creative motivation during New Zealand's latest lockdown, Marina de Wit was ready to hang up her camera. But then on a walk one day, Marina found the inspiration she needed and now has a new series of work to show the world.

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