The winners of Sony’s 2019 World Photography Awards have been announced, which capture stunning moments from around the world. We explore photography’s ability to tell stories.
Photographs provide a snapshot of a particular moment that is forever frozen in time. Mechanically representing images from reality, photography is a powerful medium through which to ponder the enigmas of the universe.
In the final part of this double feature on the cultural phenomenon that is the selfie, we consider some of the main points of debate regarding how this photographic form is changing our lives.
The recent resurgence of interest in older media in a principally digital world is a fascinating subject for this very reason. We explore some of the reasons driving this resurgence and how this is shifting established debates surrounding analogue versus digital technology.
We return to space in this blog to take a look at some of the ways in which time-lapse is utilised for the purposes of exploration and education, featuring work from NASA and British astronaut Tim Peake.
“Photography remains one of the most seminal and defining phenomenon of modern times.” In this blog we trace several shifts in the evolution of this fascinating medium – from past, to present, to presence.
Site monitoring from remote time-lapse cameras pre-dates any of the public live streaming services that now dominate the social media universe. Why has the popularity of live, digital media soared in recent years and is time-lapse site monitoring still relevant?
Today we tend to take photography a little for granted. Back in the 1800s, pioneers of this medium were often inventing and innovating processes to better capture every instance of everyday life. We take a look at how photography has developed (excused the pun) throughout the decades.