on being selected for the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition with his image ‘Downtown Atlanta’. Stuart is one of our regular exhibitors and his image has been exhibited at the London Photo Festival and the London Photo Gallery and he sold a number of prints of the image through the Festival.
Roza Vulf with ‘Untitled – Paris’. Congratulations Roza!
Second Place: Kelly Drake-Tapscott ‘Time Out’
Joint Third Place: Sue Roche ‘Crossing’ and Vincent Kraft ‘Welcome in Hell’
Other high scorers (and in no particular order):
Steve Coker ‘Silhouette’
Sue Roche ‘Cycling’
Vincent Kraft ‘Stop’
Vincent Kraft ‘1212 People’
Aaron Baghetti ‘Art Lesson in Florence’
Chiara Geravasi ‘Inner Fight’
Debbie Jaye ‘Homme de Fumer’
Sharon Jenkins ‘Magazine’
Samantha Edgley ‘Between the Lines’
Neil Cordell ‘Outside the Fish market’
Ana Graca ‘Saudade’
Natalie Coombe ‘World Watcher’
Alessia Palombo ‘Canal’
Philip Carey ‘Victim on Fashion Street’
Roza Vulf ‘Untitled Rome’
Mark Paulda ‘Old Crompton Street’
Margo Ryan ‘Watermelon Seller’
Joerg Karrenbauger ‘Peek’
Norman Hall ‘Into the Crowd’
Angela Mohun ‘Tango Dancers’
Facebook page: London Photo Festival
16-18 October 2014
The Crypt, Borough High Street, London SE1 2JA
Theme: landscape photography
Many landscape photographs show little or no human activity and are created in the pursuit of a pure, unsullied depiction of nature devoid of human influence, instead featuring subjects such as strongly defined landforms, weather, and ambient light. As with most forms of art, the definition of a landscape photograph is broad, and may include urban settings, industrial areas, and nature photography. Notable landscape photographers include Ansel Adams, Fred Judge F.R.P.S. photographer of Judges Postcards,Galen Rowell, Edward Weston, Ben Heine and Mark Gray
Book and pay for your place now and upload your images by 16th September 2014.
p.s we have already had two bookings!