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We chat to the photographer about the 3000 dams under construction in the Balkan peninsula and their effects on the people who live near them.
The Nigerian creative's work focuses on the black experience and visualises a world to look forward to.
By venturing to the northernmost point of South America, travellers can help the indigenous tribe forgotten by the rest of the world.
Mary Ellen Mark spent decades humanising society’s most vulnerable people.
Sushavan Nandy documents the disappearing Mousuni, Ghoramara and Sagar islands in India and how losing your home can be the same as losing your identity.
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A candid conversation about finding your path as a filmmaker, the various ways to fund films and common mistakes to avoid.
Sarah shares the process, gear and lighting setup she used to get this iconic shot.
Chiara Zonca provides a window into the creation of her distinctively nostalgic self-portraits.
Italian landscape photographer Irene Tondelli visits Iceland to discover how the imposing essence of nature can impact people’s understanding of their existence.
Make ‘em laugh... make a point... make it absurd. Learn the visual techniques to create strange and wacky worlds.
Macarena Costan travelled to the Spanish village where the archive was found to reflect on how women have been represented in art throughout history.
Photographer Tanya Houghton travelled over 10,500 km across Australia to understand the essence of the Aboriginal peoples’ connection to the landscape.
As the ocean creeps inland, Miami deals with increasing fallout from the climate crisis. Anastasia Samoylova uncovers the anxious details below the city's surface.
There are so many parameters at play when it comes to shooting well in fog, mist or atmospheric haze. This article will help you cut through some of the uncertainty.
Set in the tropical north of Australia, Abigail Varney's latest photo series captures an anxious atmosphere that expresses just how inseparable we are from the climate.
The future of climate action is being steered in the right direction by the next crop of empowered activists.