‘Not defined by label’ the LGBT+ art photography exhibition organised by The Bournemouth and Poole College students and Space Youth Project.
I spoke to well-known photographer, Brock Elbank, about his interests in skin conditions and imperfections and why he loves to take photographs of them. Brock gave some insight as to how he thinks magazines portray skin conditions: For more from SKIN-SPIRED: Read Watch See the full feature PDF Tweet
The future of sex robots is inevitable, but what exactly do they look like? Mollie Foster investigates, focusing on sex robots in pictures.
An exhibition aiming to show Boscombe under a new light will take place tonight at the Factory Studios.
An eclectic array of portraiture will debut at the Factory Studios in Boscombe tomorrow evening for “A Portrait of Boscombe”. The exhibition, which is sponsored by Specsavers Boscombe and the Boscombe Vintage Market, will include free drinks and nibbles, live music, and arts and crafts for children. Some of the images will be exhibited in […]
As technology has advanced and more and more people are taking up the hobby of photography, is there still a place for paid professionals? Is the iPhone killing professional photography? What does the future hold?
The features section of The Ma(n)stectomy Project exploring male breast cancer in the UK. The Ma(n)stectomy: Living With a Female Cancer feature and a Q&A with David Jay, creator of The SCAR Project – The Male Breast Cancer Series accompanied by a gallery.