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Our FREE Festival Retro Wall!

Never exhibited at the London Photo Festival before? Never exhibited your photography before?

We are offering first time exhibitors the chance to have one of their images exhibited for FREE at the Festival as a retro print (polaroid-style), courtesy of our wonderful friends at Polabora!

The images will be exhibited as part of the Retro Wall, a new feature for the London Photo Festival.

To be eligible: this must be your first time as an exhibitor, only one image per person and your image must fit the theme “The Four Elements (earth, wind, fire or water)”. Those images that receive the most votes will be selected for the Retro Wall, so please invite your friends and family to vote for you (only one vote per person will be eligible).

Head to our website to submit

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Submit by 17h00 on the 1st May 2016 and we’ll announce the lucky selected exhibitors by the 6th May. There are only 64 places, so dust off your images and get submitting!

The standard T&Cs of the London Photo Festival apply and by submitting your image you accept our T&Cs.

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Last night’s success from our last collaboration of 2015 with @EnsemblPerpetuo @markusphotos @TheForgeCamden photos have now been posted on our Facebook page #photography #londonphotofestival #collaborations #london

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A sneak preview of @markusphotos #timelapse #video for our next collaboration with @EnsemblPerpetuo @TheForgeCamden #photography #londonphotofestival #london

We asked Markus Eichenberger to produce a special time-lapse video to accompany Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, which will be played on the evening of the 9th November. Markus exhibited with us in May this year and you can find out more about his incredible work here.

Tickets for the evening can be bought here.


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We are delighted to announce Markus Eichenberger @markusphotos as our special guest for our next collaboration with @EnsemblPerpetuo on the 9th November @TheForgeCamden #photography #londonphotofestival

Markus is a time-lapse photographer. The result of his project “chasing stars” are photographs and films of the Swiss Alps at night. His goal is to create a special atmosphere and to show the beauty of the mountains from dusk till dawn. His film “Mystic Jungfraujoch” has been shown at several festivals including the Vancouver international Film Festival (VIFF).

Markus has created a special Heavenly Sights time-lapse video to accompany Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, which will be played on the evening of the 9th November.

You can see his work here

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CALL OUT: Images wanted for our next #collaboration with @EnsemblPerpetuo theme: Heavenly Sights #photography #London #londonphotofestival

We are looking to exhibit 40 of your fabulous images (one space per photographer) for our next collaboration with Ensemble Perpetuo on the 9th November at The Forge, Camden to be displayed on our projector.

The theme is Heavenly Sights and it is an evening of music inspired by space, flight and motion. Featuring music from Beethoven and Piazzolla to Weir and Muhly, experience over 200 years of chamber music in one evening!

You will be credited & the copyright of your image remains with you and there is no fee to exhibit.

Email (using the heading ‘Heavenly Sights’) your images by 18th October to to be considered.

There are 40 places and images will be selected on a first come first served basis.