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New Zealand-born photojournalist Robin Hammond does not turn away from human suffering, but bears it witness. His images of rape in the aftermath of civil war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, industrial injustice in Lesotho, and mental health across northern Africa have created global concern, and demand that we do not turn away either.
The inaugural Canon Personal Project Grant enabled Richard Robinson to photograph the far reaches of New Zealand’s ocean territory.
There are difficult assignments, and then there’s filming in a watery, dank space with barely room to move. Director Melissa Nickerson goes behind the scenes of Luckie Strike, her documentary about the search for a connection between two Waitomo caves.
Want to leap from weekend shutterbug to jobbing photographer? Here's how.
For photographers wanting take their craft to new heights, or move up a level, drones offer a world of new perspectives (and new metaphors).
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