Sunlit streets, chirpy birds and handsome rowers in this week's edition of Instagram Friday.
Taking photos at live concerts can be tricky and frustrating, and the results are often disappointing. Here Francesca Moore, top music photographer and the Expert Judge in our Music contest, shares her wisdom of how to take great gig photos.
Photocrowd winner Mark Chivers talks about his childhood obsession with photography, trying to master time-lapse, and finding that one perfect shot.
Street dancing, night swimming and cool reflections in this week's edition of Photocrowd's Instagram Friday.
Photocrowd winner Sam Cox talks gear-addiction, his love of abstract photography, and disagreeing with Jim Richardson.
Moths, cats and very cool hats in this edition of Photocrowd's Instagram Friday.
Photocrowd winner Simon Lewis talks light painting, benefits of the digital age and being overwhelmed by the amount of photographic talent on the Internet.
Cool reflections, birds and scenic mountains in this week's Instagram Friday.
Photocrowd winner Dan Beinart talks about the virtue of stubbornness, what he learnt from Cartier-Bresson and why he loves his mirrorless camera.
Professional photographer and Photocrowd member Paul Bence is our Expert Judge for the current Street Photography contest. Paul has over 10 years of experience under his belt and some breathtaking imagery to show for it. Here he shares with us his top tips for how to take great photos on the street.
Punks, building cranes and bugs in this weeks's edition of Photocrowd's Instagram Friday.
In this week's member interview with Photocrowd members Sarah Wyld talks about the discipline of the darkroom, the frustrations of going digital and photographing Bob Dylan.
Sue Barr, one of Photocrowd's Expert Judges, on the purpose and challenges of photographing Italian motorways.
Seagulls, lettuce patches and wintry roads in this week's edition of Photocrowd's Instagram Friday.
Photocrowd winner Katie Dix talks about the shot that got her into photography and how trial and error are the best way forward.
We pick our 10 favourite Instagram images of the week.
We continue our series of interviews with Photocrowd members. Here Cathy Cooper talks about her love of little Cyclops cameras, poetry-inspired photography and how Photocrowd helped her work get accepted for an exhibition.
This month’s Photocrowd Assignment – Going off-grid – challenges you to deliberately break the Rule of Thirds. And with good reason! Photocrowd co-founder Mike Betts discusses ways to approach it.
We're launching our new blog with an interview with Chris Miles, in which he talks green printing, his love of Saul Leiter and how Photocrowd helps his motivation.
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