The stunning timelapse video was filmed by photography teacher Aaron Jenkin.Read the full story ›
Anita Corbin has spent the last decade taking photos of women who were the first to achieve something in their male-dominated field.Read the full story ›
A lecturer at the University of the West of England has won a national photography award with this striking image of tadpoles taken on the University’s Frenchay Campus:
Dr Jeanette Sakel, a Linguistics lecturer and National Teaching Fellow, took the top prize in the ‘Close to Nature’ category of this year’s British Wildlife Photography Awards.
The ‘Close to Nature’ category in the BWPA encourages photographers to explore the beauty of nature close up.
The day I took the photo I had decided to do something different for my lunch break. I had brought in my camera to see if I could capture the year’s first dragonflies at the pond. I noticed movement just below the water’s surface: a myriad of tadpoles, swirling at great speed around the water, forming intricate patterns.
I lay down, the hood of my macro lens almost touching the water, and experimented with manual camera settings to capture the movement below the surface. Underexposing the image to achieve a fast shutter-speed, I captured the winning photo
A group of friends engaged in a riotous paint fight - all in their wedding dresses - in a bid to give the gowns a final outing. Take a look:Read the full story ›
An internationally renowned photographer who's just had exhibitions in New York and Tokyo has challenged herself of take a photograph on the moors every day for a year. There are some stunning pictures - but what's even more incredible is that she took all of them with a mobile phone. Jacquie Bird went to meet her- here's her report.
A stunning image capturing the Clifton Suspension Bridge has taken the top prize at this year's 24 Hours in Bristol photographic competitionRead the full story ›
One photographer has found a novel way to make Bristol's forgotten corners look beautiful.Read the full story ›
Photographer, Matilda Temperley, has been photographing the story of the floods in Somerset.Read the full story ›
What do Betty Boothroyd, Angela Rippon and former jockey Charlotte Budd all have in common? Well they were all the first ground breaking women in their respective male dominated fields.
A Somerset photographer has been capturing them and other role models for a national archive of "first women". Richard Lawrence has been following her progress.