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What’s Coming Up at the London Photo Festival? #photography #London #exhibiting

  1. Vote in our Street Photography Competition.  Your vote can take up to 24 hours to register.
  2. Masterclass with Zoe Whishaw – find out whether you are ready to make the leap to becoming a professional photographer.  Early bird tickets are £10 until 31 March.
  3. We are now taking bookings for May’s Festival – be quick as spaces are selling fast!
  4. Enter our Abstract/Fine Art photography competition and win cash prizes & an exhibition in London.

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We are delighted to be selected as part of the Directors Choice Series@photoschweizch #photography #LPF

This year Photo17 will be launching a new project , the ‘Directors Choice Series’, which aims to present a special selection of images from over 90 worldwide major photography festivals. We are delighted to have selected as one of the most relevant photo festivals from around the world, and this album represents the final images chosen to be exhibited at http://www.photo-schweiz.ch/ 6-10 January 2017.

Selected Photographers:-

Adonis Stevenson, Chiara Gerevasi, Eva Hagman, Karandeep Bhogal, Laura McGregor, Leanne Bouvet, Mache del Campo, Mark A Paulda, Mark Heathcote, Markus Eichenberger, Neil Cordell, Philip Walker, Rachael Talibart, Robin Baumgarten, Roza Vulf, Stuart Cashmore, Sue Roche and Tony Sellen.


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Regular exhibitor & volunteer at the LPF announces first solo exhibition @ScaphoPhoto @BACKendal @crisis_uk #photography #Kendal

Stuart Cashmore is very proud and very excited to announce his first solo exhibition! It will be in the Intro Bar Gallery at The Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal (https://www.breweryarts.co.uk) from 13th Jan – 28th Feb 2017.

All work will be on sale and 15% of all sales will be donated to Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people.

Don’t miss it!

Stuart Cashmore

Stuart Cashmore


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We speak to 2nd Runner Up Angela Baschieri #photography #Ethiopia #landscapephotography #photocontest

Angela Baschieri  is a researcher, a yogini and an amateur photographer. “I entered the this photography competition to show the beauty of the Ethiopian landscape. I am very happy that others appreciate the beauty and the magic of the Ethiopian landscape as much as I do”.

You can see more of Angela’s work here.

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We speak to 1st Runner Up George Digalakis #photography #Athens #Greece #landscapephotography #photocontest

 

George Digalakis was born and raised in Athens, Greece, where he still lives today. His first contact with photography was back in 1974, when he received a “Nettar” as a gift from his father. However, it was only in 2011 when he first studied photography at “Photoeidolo”, and became acquainted with classic and contemporary photographers, that he realized this medium would offer him a gateway from reality, and enable him to express his inner world.His true love for the art of photography was finally conveyed.

“The reason I took part in the competition, is the opportunity to show my work in London, one of the major cultural centers in Europe. The fact that I did win the 2nd prize, gives me confidence and  is a great encouragement to continue my efforts in creating beautiful images.”

You can see more of his work here.

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Didn’t make our exhibition @CuttySark ? See the selected images here #photography #london

The exhibition at The Cutty Sark as part of our collaboration with Ensemble Perpetuo and their ‘Voyages of the Sea’ project on the 22nd September 2016.

The exhibiting photographers were: Abhiruk Lahiri, Ajithaa Edirimane, Andrew Lalchan, Cairis Grant-Hickey, Caroline Fernandez, Caz Dyer, Christophe Charreyron, Diana Buzoianu, Hsien Chih Chuang, Ionut Cirja, Jaime Gómez, John Probert, Justin Davin Smith, Kelly Heston, Kitty Watson, Martin Green, Massimiliano Fiumefreddo, Mustafa Karaaslan, Natasha Bennett, Nicole Kather, Paul Jackson, Richard St John, Robert Finch, Samantha Louise Measor, Simon Hadleigh-Sparks, Wan Li and Yen Ling Chua.


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We’ve got a lot happening and here’s how you can get involved:-

  1. Our next exhibition is at The Cutty Sark with Ensemble Perpetuo as part of the Totally Thames Festival, where we’ll be exhibiting images depicting ‘voyages of the sea’.  You can purchase a ticket here.
  2. You have until 24th September to see the current street photography competition at The Bridge Lounge but make sure you check out their opening times on their website.
  3. We’ll be announcing the top 3 winners of our landscape competition on the 25th September!  The exhibition of the top 20, including the top 3 winners, will run from 25th September until the end of the year at The Bridge Lounge. 
  4. We are pleased to announce the latest collaboration with Ensemble Perpetuo for an exciting new event called ‘Youth Revisited’. This exhibition will be a part of the Little Venice Music Festival and will take place on the afternoon of 8th October 2016. Submit your images here.
  5. We’ve also teamed up the Totally Thames Festival supporting their Thames Lens 2016 Photography Competition and they are looking for excellent, quirky photographs that succeed in bringing the Thames to life. Images must have been taken between the beginning of October 2015 and the end of September 2016, and can feature any part of the River Thames or Thames-related subject along the stretch of the Thames between Hampton Court and Erith.  Deadline for entries is Saturday 1st October 2016 at 5pm.
  6. As part of our 10th festival anniversary in May 2017, we are running a free street photography competition and you can enter your images here to be in with a chance to win a three month exhibition in London
  7. And last but not least, don’t forget our festival next year – the theme is ‘travel photography’.

Image: Mustafa KaraaslanDCIM100GOPRO