Andy Summers and Harmonics of the Night at the Leica Gallery London

A selection of Andy Summers' photographs will be on display from March 26 to April 30 at the Leica Gallerie in London...

One Fine Day: A journey into the unknown on the border with China

Almost five years later, in 2022, the four of us reunited for a repeat trip to Mechuka. Gudi confessed that even now she gets nightmares of this near-fatal indident in 2018. Baro and Piliya hadn’t spoken about it to anyone...

Tony O’Shea and the ‘Me’ pictures: One of Ireland’s leading photographers and his quest...

The work of Tony O'Shea, one of Irelands leading photographers, depiction everyday life in Ireland over the past forty years. His work is now being preserved at the Photomuseum Ireland.

Abstract photography bonanza: a feast of photos from a fortuitous find

Has your heart ever leapt at the sight of an urban apartment building? I suspect not. Mine practically jumped out of my chest when...
Image made by Paolo Burlando

Paolo Burlando: A textbook Leica photographer shows us the world

The Leica Galerie at Konstanz, Germany, is showing images by Italian-born photographer Paolo Burlando from January 27 to April 8, 2023. The passionate Leica M user captures mainly urban scenes all over the world.

Freycinet: Where in the world is this wonderful natural resource?

An island the size of Sri Lanka, a host of natural wonders, including a magnificent place by the name of Freycinet, half a million souls and dangling 250 km south of the world’s sixth largest country. Where in the world is Faycinet?

Fan Ho: The Cartier-Bresson of the East

John Shingleton pays tribute to the work of Hong Kong photographer Fan Ho, who has been described as the "Cartier-Bresson of the East".

Scruples: The ethics of photography in poor countries

Should we have scruples about taking pictures of poorer people in third-world countries? Is it touristic voyerism? John reflects on a lifetime of photographic tourism...

Mazarron Mines: A photographer’s candy store on the Costa Calida

The Mazarron Mines in Murcia score low on the tourist trail, but they are a magnet for photographers. Dennis demonstrates the remarkable moonscape of this long-abandoned mining site...

Orford Ness Peninsula: A dark and brooding place on the Suffolk coast of England

It takes some planning and a degreee of dedication, but a visit to the sinister Orford Ness peninsula in the English county of Suffolk is a must for photographers seekiing something different...

A few days in Berlin with the Voigtländer 50mm F2 APO-Lanthar

Berlin with the Leica M10 and a nifty-fifty lens, this time the superb Voigtländer 50mm f/2 Apo-Lanthar...

Vivid Velvia: Ten Fujifilm landscape photographs scanned after a quarter century and just ready...

Start with 3,000 Fujifilm Velvia slides and end up with ten landscapes that you'd be proud to hang on your wall. Chris looks back over 25 years of film photography with Fujifulm's vivid Velvia...

The Leica Q2 takes on Gaudi: A sui generis showdown

Keith pays a visit to Gaudi's masterpieces, Leica Q2 in hand...

Photographic escapades in arcades and colonnades

Keith assuages his love of colonades, arcades, porticos and cloisters in his photographic encouters from California, to London, Spain and Italy...

East Anglia: An area of outstanding beauty and a magnet for photographers

East Anglia, one of the most picturesque areas of England, is not on the direct route to anywhere and is often overlooked as a visitor destination. Chris Rogers takes a look at some of the highlights of the country of the North Folk and the South Folk....