Named moving image winner of the inaugural Decade of Change award, Gallagher’s film Cambodia Burning examines the ravaging effects of deforestation and forest fires in Cambodia
British Journal of Photography has been discovering and celebrating photography for over a century and a half. Through a new visual content agency – Studio 1854 – we are now collaborating with brands across the world while creating paid opportunities for our community to make new work
“The point is not to work out what it is, but to show how weird and wonderful the world can look from above”
In his series, Unequal Scenes, photographer Johnny Miller uses a drone to shed light on the extreme poverty that lives on the doorsteps of some of society’s most privileged
Drones are no longer reserved for tech-savvy gadget buffs. Instead they are revolutionising the way photographers document the world.