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A close up of a handshake between someone wearing a blue suit and a white shirt. ARTICLE

Is blockchain the future for photography IP?

Making a living and protecting intellectual property is a huge challenge for photographers. Can blockchain help shift the odds in their favour?

10 October 2019
A group of young women, reflected in glass (© Rossena Petcova) ARTICLE

Matera: A city of beautiful change

56 photographers from 28 countries spent three months exploring the nature of Matera, Italy – the 2019 European City of Culture.

14 October 2019
A woman, surrounded by men at a cremation in India, raises her head to the sky and cries ARTICLE

Where is the soul?

Antonio Gibotta uses his photography to answer the greatest question of the human condition.

07 October 2019
A spotlight from a film set ARTICLE

Bigger than Hollywood: The quiet ascent of New Nigerian Cinema

We look at the past, present and future of the world’s second biggest film industry – Nollywood.

30 September 2019
Traditional office pigeonholes for mail ARTICLE

Correspondence, of course.

To be truly effective, digital transformation should filter into every element of an organisation – even the humble mailroom.

16 September 2019
Sparks flying, as an industrial drill hits metal. ARTICLE

Humans Required. Why machines are not the enemy.

Automation and AI are often used interchangeably, but they're quite different disciplines that work together to make arduous tasks a whole lot easier.

12 September 2019
A top down view of a table, with photographs spread all over it, and a pair of hands about to select one. ARTICLE

What right do you have? A rookie’s guide to using images.

If you’ve shared a screenshot, downloaded pics for a presentation or used an image from Google for your blog, you could be breaking the law without realising.

05 September 2019
Image of the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in Arizona USA taken by the CE-SAT-I satellite ARTICLE

The Smaller Explorer

Today’s satellites are small enough to fit in your hand and carry seriously powerful imaging tech. We take a look at these 'small explorers' and how they are used to show us the world.

02 September 2019
 A woman with back turned to the camera, has heavy scarring on her back and face. ARTICLE

Behind the Scars

Sophie Mayanne’s project ‘Behind the Scars’ uses the stories of skin to touch upon compelling tales of humanity.

29 August 2019
A couple take a selfie in front of a piece of modern art ARTICLE

Is it ok to turn our backs on art?

Are selfies encouraging people to engage with art, or creating distance and lack of understanding between the viewer and the artwork?

26 August 2019

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