Growing up on the outskirts of a scene spurred Gang of Four’s Andy Gill and music photographer Anton Corbijn to cement themselves at the centre of their own creative worlds.
He's one of Britain's most celebrated photographers, but even Martin Parr had to take a load of crap photos to get something good.
Photography has taken Nick Waplington into different worlds, from raves and runway fashion to working- class estates. Here he shares lessons from his creative journey.
Photographer of the demonised Dennis McGrath is takes a break from shooting adult entertainment to release new book Heaven about skateboarder Lennie Kirk.
British Photographer Denise Felkin depicts a wide range of non-voters and creates a debate around their reasons for abstaining.
Photographer Stuart Freedman documents the decline Indian coffee houses – hotbeds of counterculture – in new book Palaces of Memory.
Saatchi Gallery photo-exhibition features striking images of Afghan girls learning how to skate as part of the Skateistan project.
A new photo exhibition by documentary photographer Gilles Elie Cohen reveals his time spent with two notorious Parisian youth culture gangs the Panthers and Vikings.
Photographer Roger Ballen shoots vulnerable people on South Africa’s fringes to challenge our ideas of normality and force us to look inside ourselves.
Adama Jalloh uses photography to fight preconceived notions and show a more genuine picture of South London life.
Photographer Jordan Stephens’ discovers the people whose lives revolve around spinning wax.
Daniel Russo’s incredible shore break photos reveal the mysterious power of the ocean.