British Journal of Photography travelled to Osnabrück, Germany, for the opening night of the Felix Schoeller Photo Award exhibition
We hear from Felicity Hammond about what she’s been up to since winning and how the award has benefited her career.
“Think about what you want to say. Think about what you care about. And then photograph that”
An intimate portrait of the first twenty-four hours of motherhood by acclaimed portrait photographer Jenny Lewis.
For both amateur and professional photographers investing in second-hand kit is the way forward.
Morris’s selected portrait for Portrait of Britain 2017 is part of her series exploring the many ways one can be a mother
Charlie Clift’s selected work for Portrait of Britain 2017 captures literary great, Diana Athill, on her 98th birthday
Harry Borden’s selected image for Portrait of Britain 2017 is a testament to the farming community he grew up in
With the International Photography Award 2018 now open for entries, we speak to Daniel Castro Garcia about what he’s been up to since winning the award last year.
David Severn’s selected portrait for Portrait of Britain 2017 offers an insight into the social life of Britain’s former coal-mining towns thirty years on from the 1980s miners’ strike