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Global photography competition returns for a third year to banish outdated engineering stereotypes and showcase exciting, creative and varied profession. Engineering and technology is all around us and part of our everyday lives: from our smartphones, heating and lighting to the medicines we take and the clothes we wear. But it goes much further than that. From space exploration, additive manufacturing and autonomous vehicles to remote healthcare and sustainable energy — engineers and technologists are inventing new ways to do things and finding solutions that will make this world a better place.
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Skateboarder turns photographer to make living by capturing barrelling waves
Moody atmospheric landscapes often involving long exposures, are widely copied but difficult to do well. Geoff Harris gets some essential advice from minimalist expert Michael Kenna. Taken in All images by Michael Kenna.
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In need of a backpack that offers excellent adaptability? Michael Topham looks at six options for outdoor photographers. The Fujifilm X-T30 is the successor to the popular X-T20 — the model that Fujifilm recently told us has been their best selling camera in recent years since its arrival…. After announcing the development of a new model in its GR-series of high-end compacts at Photokina , Ricoh has officially released its successor to the Ricoh GR II in the…. Why Nikon's mm prime is a telephoto lens like no other.
Silhouettes add drama, mystery and impact to your photographs, says Tracy Calder, so don't be afraid of the dark - take your camera in hand and step into the shadows. Ensuring your subject has a clear and defined shape leads to seriously impressive results. Image by Michael Topham. Numerous dancers are positioned against a fiery backdrop swaying their arms to the title track, creating recognisable shapes that are completely devoid of detail.