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Léonard Pongo wins the 2017 Visura Grant for Outstanding Personal Project


Just two months after joining the prestigious NOOR photo agency, Léonard Pongo has won the $5000 2017 Visura Grant for Outstanding Personal Project.

What makes a successful drone photographer?


The DJI Drone Photography Award is now open for entries, giving two photographers the chance to realise their dream drone-shot photography project.

Fights on the beaches live on in Donald Weber’s War Sand


“Great storytelling is never merely about facts,” explains Donald Weber. “D-Day actually happened, and as such it can be studied in detail.

Tina Hillier sees a brighter side to Ethiopia in a quirky commission from Oxfam


The visual language NGOs use to show the developing world is often sombre, designed to shock our senses by highlighting the desperate situations of communities fleeing persecution or natural disaster.

Fresh talent first in indie photo magazine Splash and Grab


After graduating in 2012 with a BA in photography from University of the West of England, Bristol, Max Ferguson became quickly disillusioned by the lack of viable career paths or platforms that would publish his or his friends’ work.

London’s Hayward Gallery reopens in January with a huge Gursky retrospective


London’s Hayward Gallery is reopening with a huge Andreas Gursky retrospective on 25 January, celebrating its 50th anniversary and its return after a comprehensive two-year refurbishment.

BJP #7867: Cool + Noteworthy in 2017


Collaborations form a big part of some of the year’s most notable works. We have Rick Pushinsky teaming up with his dad, a keen amateur chef, to put together a collection of recipe cards inspired by the family’s Jewish heritage that are as satisfying and experiential on the eye as they are on the tummy.

Laura Pannack: Love and its many mysteries


A portrait series by Laura Pannack, commissioned by British Journal of Photography and supported by Affinity Photo for iPad, will explore themes of separation in the wake of Brexit.

Q&A: Alexander Bondar takes on cliché’s and a Cat’s Eye view


Born in 1982, Alexander Bondar grew up on the outskirts of Moscow and studied photography in the Faculty of Press Photographers at the St Petersburg House of Journalists.

A curator’s perspective: “If it was a language, and people were writing, what would it be contributing to our sense of literacy”


Since 1991, British curator and cultural historian Mark Sealy has been the director of Autograph ABP (the Association of Black Photographers), a charity dedicated to advocating the inclusion of historically marginalised photographic practices, which champions work investigating issues around cultural identity, race, representation and human rights.

Laura El-Tantawy, Alnis Stakle and Alix Marie on the longlist for the 2017 Anamorphosis Prize


Launched in 2015 by the artist Anouk Kruithof with the collector John A. Phelan, The Anamorphosis Prize picks out exceptional self-published and artists’ books that use photography.

Exploring the personal and professional: a distinctive approach to photography degrees


“We have 50- graduates a year and their final portfolios are all so distinct that I can tell whose is whose without even looking at the names,” says James Smith, course leader of  Norwich University of the Arts’ Photography BA.

Sean Hemmerle’s portraits from Afghanistan and Iraq


“These pictures were originally intended as a sort of ‘Fuck you’ to the Bush administration,” says Sean Hemmerle.

Rafal Milach celebrates people power in The First March of Gentlemen


Silent, loud, peaceful, political – whatever form protest takes, the mobilisation of people to challenge authority has grown in confidence through history.

What makes a project right for publication by British Journal of Photography?


With so many photographers out there, the question of what makes for a noteworthy project is all the more important.

Edmund Clark’s immersive study of prison life goes on show at the Ikon Gallery


“I hate myself because I am a murderer… You can’t save me… We are a faceless, forgotten part of society…” These are just some of the intimate, often devastating thoughts of the inmates at HMP Grendon, a category B men’s facility in Buckinghamshire and Europe’s only “wholly therapeutic” prison.

Magnum Retold goes on show in London, 05-09 December


It’s a commendable milestone by anyone’s standards – for 70 years, Magnum Photos has been at the forefront of documentary photography, photojournalism and visual storytelling, its members reporting on conflicts, crises and changes for humanity the world over.

What makes a compelling photography website?


The photography portfolio has, some might argue, been eclipsed by its digital counterpart. Offering an opportunity for almost limitless invention and innovation, mastering this mode of display involves a whole new set of challenges.

Abstract Aerial Art: A road trip with a difference


The DJI Drone Photography Award is now open for entries, giving two photographers the chance to realise their dream drone-shot photography project.

Marc Ohrem-Leclef’s new series explores male intimacy in India


“He said that holding hands in public was something special, like being visible to everyone but hiding something,” says Marc Ohrem-Leclef.


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