Our collection of free films on photography

Philip Lee Harvey.

Chris Ryan interview with Philip Lee Harvey (20 Year Journey)

Winner of Travel Photographer Of The Year, Philip Lee Harvey tells us about his 20 year journey travelling the world creating beautiful images of the people and landscapes. Philip is obsessive about light and composition which results in incredible and atmospheric images of tribes, animals and people from the far corners of the world.

Martin Hartley.

Chris Ryan interview with polar photographer Martin Hartley

One of the world’s leading expedition and adventure travel photographers, Martin Hartley specialises in documenting the most inaccessible places on earth. His work has been published worldwide in international press and and photographic, travel and adventure magazines including the rare distinction of being commissioned for National Geographic publications.

Harry Gruyaert.

Chris Ryan interview with Magnum photographer Harry Gruyaert

Harry Gruyaert is a member of the greatest photo agency in the world, Magnum. His use of vivid colour in photography was a breakthrough in photojournalism, which until then had predominantly been in black and white. He tells us about his stunning work and experiences over the last 40 years.

Julia Fullerton Batten.

Chris Ryan interview with art photographer Julia Fullerton Batten

Julia Fullerton-Batten is a world-wide acclaimed and exhibited Fine Art photographer.

Her use of unusual locations, highly creative settings, accented with cinematic lighting are hallmarks of her very distinctive style of photography. Julia invites us behind the scenes of the creation process for her most successful work.

David Yarrow.

Chris Ryan interview with art photographer David Yarrow (Part 1: Animals)

We explore David Yarrow's photography of animals and his unique methods. In part 2 (coming in January 2016) we will show his photography of tribes and people and discover the story behind one of his most famous images “Mankind”. David has built an unrivalled reputation for capturing the beauty of the planet’s remote landscapes, tribes and endangered animals. He is now widely regarded as the UK’s best selling fine-art photographer of his genre.

David Yarrow.

Chris Ryan interview with art photographer David Yarrow (Part 2: People)

We explore David Yarrow's photography of animals and his unique methods. In part 2 (coming in January 2016) we will show his photography of tribes and people and discover the story behind one of his most famous images “Mankind”. David has built an unrivalled reputation for capturing the beauty of the planet’s remote landscapes, tribes and endangered animals. He is now widely regarded as the UK’s best selling fine-art photographer of his genre.

Ali Bin Thalith.

Chris Ryan interview with underwater photographer Ali Bin Thalith

Ali Bin Thalith grew up by the coast in Dubai where both his father and grandfather were pearl divers. He spent much of his childhood either in the water or watching Jacques Cousteau films, since then he's become a photographer, specialising in underwater photography. His incredible use of textures, colour and composition make his underwater images transcend simple documentation. Ali feels he is part of the sea and he happily swims with his camera next to the fearsome and the micro inhabitants deep below the waves.

Adam Hinton.

Chris Ryan interview with photojournalist Adam Hinton

Winner of over 50 international photography awards, Adam Hinton has photographed in some of the most dangerous places in the world. His work spans riots in Gaza and the Ukraine, to El Salvador, where the brutal MS-13 gang let him photograph their community and also their leadership held in prison. Adam’s images seek to capture a message and give us an opinion. He wants to show us many aspects of how, under extreme conditions, communities survive and try to live. He is disarmingly natural and honest in his approach to his subjects, which allows him to almost instantly blend in and gain the trust and co-operation of the people and communities he photographs.

David Hurn.

Chris Ryan interview with Magnum photographer David Hurn

Magnum photographer David Hurn shares the amazing stories behind his iconic photographs of film celebrities in the 1960´s. His interview gives you an exciting inside view of what it was like to be a part of the 1960´s celebrity world. Hurn´s intriguing stories go behind the scenes of his portraits of stars such as Sean Connery from With Russia with Love, The Beatles on the film set of a Hard Day´s Night, Britt Ekland, and Jane Fonda in Barbarella.urvive and try to live. He is disarmingly natural and honest in his approach to his subjects, which allows him to almost instantly blend in and gain the trust and co-operation of the people and communities he photographs.

Alfred Stieglitz.

The Eloquent Eye

Duffy.

The Man Who Shot the Sixties

Henri Cartier-Bresson.

The Decisive Moment

Diane Arbus.

Masters of photography

Albert Khan.

In French

Richard Avedon

Darkness And Light

Elliott Erwitt.

Interview with Elliot Erwitt in his New York studio

Irving Penn.

On Location in Morocco

This 8mm film footage, shot by Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn in 1971, shows Irving Penn at work in his portable studio on location in Morocco.

Andre Kertész.

In Paris

René Burri.

Six Photographs

Peter Burchett.

Interview with Robert Frank

Robert Frank talks about his work including his book “The Americans”