The work of documentary and reportage photographer Stuart Freedman has won many awards and has been published in such magazines as Time, Life and The Sunday Times magazine. In this fascinating interview Stuart discusses the thrills and ethics of his job.
Scottish photographer Roddy McKenzie has been the winner of the expert vote on Photocrowd twice (Festivals and The colour white). His images, most of which are shot in black and white, are often haunting and are always memorable. In this blog post we share our interview with Roddy and showcase hi...
Recent Photocrowd winners tell stories of their winning shots.
Landscape photographer Lee Acaster is one of the most popular photographers on our site with four Photocrowd wins to his name, three of them from the Crowd Vote. Here Lee tells us about his photography habits and inspirations.
We go down memory lane and remember some of our favourite images and Expert reviews from past Photocrowd contests. Read more for moody skies, laughing children and elephants crossed with crocodiles.
Recent Photocrowd winners share the stories behind their winning images.
We pick some of our favourite images and judges' reviews from past Photocrowd contests. You can share your thoughts, agree or disagree with our judges as well as suggest your own favourites in the comments below.
Winners of 'The colour white' and 'Straight lines' contests discuss the hows, wheres and whys of their winning images.
Recent Photocrowd winners share stories behind their winning images.
In our new blog feature Photocrowd winners from the previous week discuss where, how, and why they took their winning images.
Jeff Blucher on gaining artistic confidence, not obsessing over photographic gear, and the importance of art education.
Having already amassed a fantastic collection of imagery and photography criticism on Photocrowd, we do not want it to simply gather dust in our archives. So we have decided to start sharing some of our favourite images and reviews from past contests on our blog; this is the first in a series of ...
Karl Redshaw on how photography helped him through difficult times, the importance of photographer's personality, and making people feel good about themselves.
Fleur Alston on the rare joy of fully realising her vision, the influence of Sally Mann, and balancing motherhood and photography.
Photocrowd winner talks about lying in a muddy field for hours, not getting on with darkroom processing and the importance of breaking the rules.
Spring unashamedly dominates this week's Instagram Friday. Hurray to spring!
Mirrorless vs. DSLR, the controversy of the Vivian Maier phenomenon, and why a wide-angle lens can ruin a landscape photo.
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