For years Ulla had obsessed over climbing and capturing the legendary Totem Pole stack. Here’s what happened when she gave it a shot.
28 cze 2017
A portrait taken aboard a rescue vessel in the Mediterranean Sea won the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2017, and refocused attention on the human crisis.
Respected photobook publisher Dewi Lewis shares his tips for getting your photos published in book format.
Documentary photographer Amy Toensing uncovers the strength and beauty of widow outcasts in India, Uganda and Bosnia.
The Sunday Times photographer Marc Aspland explains his process for taking captivating imagery.
The acclaimed image-maker talks to us about how he’s using photography to emotionally reconnect people with the natural world.
An award-winning film documents the story of photojournalist Giles Duley – an IED survivor whose empathy and compassion infuses his work.
The photographer who has created many firsts in the world of holographic artistry talks about his life’s work and how he uses the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II to create 3D images.
Eighteen-year-old Daniël Nelson on photographing an endangered gorilla at ease in its natural environment.
She was 13 when she first picked up a camera. Ten years on, this fine art photographer is making waves in the industry.
The cinematographer talks about her passion for narratives, portraying characters empathetically, and the importance of sticking to your guns.
Clive Booth on the amazing contrast ratio and colour gamut range that can be achieved with HDR filming, and why it’s the way to future-proof your work.
Follow photographer Travis Hodges’ advice on how to escape your creative prison.
Sushi is the star of a short film that shows, in playful splendour, the versatility of Canon’s TS-E lenses for shooting moving image.
Mark George, Sir Don McCullin’s manager, gives an affectionate account of the man he has worked with for over three decades.
Check out this documentary that reveals how the recently premiered short film Stump was made.
The iconic British photojournalist talks about his life and work, including his new project McCullin in Kolkata.
With fewer than 30,000 rhinos left, Brent Stirton’s Rhino Wars project shines a crucial light on their plight.
The makers of stunning new short film Stump explain why the Canon EOS C700 was the perfect choice for its low-light scenes.
Continuing our series on women in photography with Getty Images, Jean Chung explains why she, a Korean woman, is photographing the aftermath of conflicts in Africa.
This 19-minute film is an insightful and revealing portrait of a master of photography in action, in an environment that stretched him to his limit.
Cinematographer Seb Slayter talks about making a unique surfing film using the “tack-sharp” Canon EOS C700 paired with a C300 Mark II, for jaw-dropping results.
Self-confessed “control freak” Quentin Caffier talks us through his photographic process, revealing how he achieves his unique style…
Travel photographer Lottie Davies shares her single most important tip for photographers about to enter the industry.
Are you looking to pitch to a photo editor? Here are five ways to make yours “cut through the noise”, according to CNN freelance photo editor Sarah Tilotta.
Ksenia Kuleshova, who attended the Canon and Magnum student programme at Visa pour l'Image 2017, talks to us about documenting life in the troubled territory of Abkhazia, and how she won a commission for it from the New York Times.
This innovative Getty photographer’s photos mix elements of portraiture and still-life. Here, she explains why her work is driven by her fear of forgetting.
It takes more than great pictures to make a difference. The photojournalist explains how he reaches the right audiences to tell the stories that matter to him.
The EOS C700 took to the Thames and the sky above London to capture premium 4K video of a luxury river yacht service in daylight and nighttime – see the results, and go behind the scenes on the shoot.
As one of the first photographers to get his hands on the hotly anticipated Canon EOS 6D Mark II, David Clapp put it through its paces shooting landscapes across the UK.
“I didn’t choose to cover conflicts, conflict chose me”: Jérôme Sessini on surviving danger and violence, the emotional impact, and why he will carry on.
Photojournalist Ilvy Njiokiktjien has won awards for her conflict zone photography but faced a new set of challenges to capture a spectacular water dance troupe.
The Slovenian-born sports photographer explains how he pulled off a trick of the eye, with an emotional impact...
The latest in our series on female photographers features music-focused Christie Goodwin, who refuses to be limited by anyone’s expectations.
Sebastião Salgado, known for his intensely demanding, long-term projects, reveals what he believes photojournalism is all about.
Nick Nichols' ethical approach to staging and manipulation explained.
The Canon Explorer had always wanted to scale this most difficult of coastal climbs. She took her EOS 5D Mark IV along to capture a stunning 4K video and pictures of her nerve-shredding attempt.
In this first instalment of our co-project on the difficulties faced by women looking to forge a career in photography, we shine a light on the genre-spanning genius of Naila Reuchel.
Photojournalist Paolo Pellegrin talks about using the EOS 5D Mark IV to capture an intimate portrait of a gypsy family in Rome, and how well the camera coped with low light during the shoot.
Top portrait photographer Lorenzo Agius explains how the EOS 5D Mark IV’s dynamic range can be the difference between a successful shoot and the type of failure that could cost you business.
Commercial photographer and Canon Explorer Christian Anderl details how the EOS 5D Mark IV’s intuitive controls have revolutionised his workflow, whether he’s shooting photos or video.
Sports photographer Samo Vidic reveals how the EOS-1D X Mark II’s 14 frame per second burst rate was crucial to capturing the action when he shot surfers carving up Munich’s Eisbach river.