Of course you do! Enter our Fine-art/ abstract photography competition – the deadline to submit is the 23rd April. All details on how to enter are on our website under the ‘Competitions’ tab.
We are offering an Option 5 space (One 24″ x 16″ mounted (hanging space) image) for only £19!! This includes printing and mounting. What a bargain. Only one entry per person is allowed.
The theme is: The Four Elements (earth, wind, fire or water).
The offer is valid until the end of March, so dust off your images and get entering!
Book your place here
Paul is a photographer based in Weymouth, England, currently shooting in Bath, Brighton, London (and Weymouth).
He’s interested in examining how human behaviour is affected by our environment. Having studied animal behaviour and evolution at university, he thinks of his photography as a pictorial natural history and ecology of humans. We enjoy traditional nature documentaries about other species, and birdwatchers will often spend hours waiting for a small nondescript brown bird to leave its nest, for example, but we rarely stop to examine our own everyday behaviour in such detail. Familiarity can make us forget that human behaviour is often quite peculiar…
- We recently ran our first street photography competition and you can see the top 20 shortlisted images and the top 3 cash prize winners at the Bridge Lounge until the end of May.
- Inspired by our recent street photography competition? You are in luck as we invite submissions to our next competition – cash prizes and an exhibition to be won.
- We are also running an abstract/fine photography competition – cash prizes and an exhibition at our Festival in May are up for grabs.
- Don’t forget our Festival in May and the theme is ‘The Four Elements’. You simply book & pay for space and exhibit your images.
- Zoe’s Masterclass on “What are the essential elements of an effective website?” Tickets are only £5. A bargain!
- Free Event: The London Photo Festival Presents – Chasing Stars: A Time-Lapse Film Presentation by Markus Eichenberger. It’s free but there are limited tickets and you can book yours here.