Photography Supplement

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Camera power

Are we really all photographer’s now? Brett Rogers, the director of The Photgrapher’s Gallery, doesn’t think sp – while also embracing the accessibility of the image-making process brought about by digital technology

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Digital eye

Digital technology is the biggest revolution in photography since the invention of the camera, and for many artists and photographers this format provides an opportunity to create startling work, says Yolanda Zappaterra The emergence of photography as an accepted art form is witnessed in the prevalence of prestigious art awards, such as the Deutsche Börse […]

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Forgotten faces

Much portrait photography reflects the glamour of wealth and fashion, but Clare Dowdy considers three projects of another kind, which capture the anonymous lives and hidden faces of the homeless, the ordinary and the long-lost THERE ARE (at least) two forms of portrait photography: commercial shoots, usually involving professional models or famous types, and pictures […]

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Big shots

Roger Tooth has worked for The Guardian for more than two decades. He was quick off the mark using pictures online, recognising the need for good picture editing on the Web back in the 1990s. Today, in charge of both online and print publications, Tooth d

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Rising tide

The Prx Pictet rewards photographers whose work deals with sustainability – and photgraphy is the ideal medium to highlight the devastating impact that over-farming and rapid industrilisation can have on people’s lives. Liz Farrelly reports

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Photography & Image

Things are changing fast in photography. It isn’t just the impact of technology – though the onset of digital cameras has long provoked a return to simpler techniques, such as lomography.

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