Philip Plisson: the master of maritime
© Philip Plisson
Rafael Fabrés: the peaceful observer
© Rafael Fabrés
Out of darkness: Moleres on Sierra Leone's juvenile prisoners
© Fernando Moleres/Panos Pictures
Santiago Lyon on
2013 World Press Photo Contest
© Michael Kooren
CPN interviews top Canon photographers and filmmakers about their passions, inspirations and techniques to discover the stories behind the images. We also talk to leading figures in the imaging industry about the hot topics.
French marine photographer Philip Plisson has earned himself a reputation for stunning images of the sea. CPN interviews him about his career.
The Wider Image from Reuters has just been given a complete new upgrade, and is now available on iPad, Android and smartphone devices.
Spanish photojournalist Rafael Fabrés writes about his long-term project on photographing the Brazilian government’s 'Pacification' project in Rio de Janeiro.
Spanish documentary photographer Fernando Moleres on how winning the Tim Hetherington Grant in 2012 has helped his work in Sierra Leone.
Canon Explorer Gali Tibbon travels to Poland to photograph a religious pilgrimage, using just one camera and one lens only.
The chairman of the 2013 World Press Photo Contest jury, Santiago Lyon (The Associated Press), reflects on judging the competition.
Photojournalist Ebrahim Noroozi reveals the stories behind his portraits which have earned him success in the 2013 World Press Photo Contest.
The legendary Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado talks to CPN about his epic eight-year project, Genesis, and working with Canon equipment.