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A short video featuring our collaboration with @EnsemblPerpetuo #cityscapes #festival #photography #londonphotofestival

http://icafilms.co.uk/films/ensemble-perpetuo

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Winner of Award.io’s LPF entry announced!

Congratulations to Ashley Murphy (a photographer based in Louisville, Kentucky) who has won a place at the October Festival with her image of the Grand Canyon.  Her image was chosen by the Award.io photography community and was amongst over 700 entries submitted to the competition.  The caliber of the photography submitted was very impressive and we look forward to showing London Ashley’s image in October. 

http://award.io/item.php?id=4462

 

 


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Winner of Award.io’s LPF entry announced!

Congratulations to Ashley Murphy (a photographer based in Louisville, Kentucky) who has won a place at the October Festival with her image of the Grand Canyon.  Her image was chosen by the Award.io photography community and was amongst over 700 entries submitted to the competition.  The caliber of the photography submitted was very impressive and we look forward to showing London Ashley’s image in October. 

http://award.io/item.php?id=4462

 

 


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CHANGE OF DATE: We’ll be popping up at the Richmond Riverside Festival 13/14 September

The London Photo Gallery will be part of the Richmond Riverside Festival on the weekend of the 13/14 September – pop down and say hello!

http://totallythames.org/events/info/visit-richmond-richmond-riverside

Emma


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LPF Exhibitor Sets up Photography Club

Are you interested in photography?

At Southlands Arts Centre, (75 The Green West Drayton Middlesex UB7 7PW), we are holding the Southlands Photography Club.

This is due to start on Sunday 4th May and our meetings will be on the 1st Sunday of the each month.

The club will be an opportunity to share ideas, ask questions, and gain experience in this great field of the arts photography.

It is open to everyone regardless of experience, and people who have no experience are most welcome too. We want to cover Film photography as well as digital photography, and the more experienced members of the group will enjoy sharing their skills with newcomers. (Devoted shutterbugs can be eager to share their work with an interested community).

The initial agenda for the club will be to discuss upcoming photography adventures, such as a monthly assignment for all to be involved, future photo competitions, the possibility of exhibiting our photos.

All ideas and suggestions are more than welcome, there are so many branches of interest, such as nature photography, portraiture, landscape, street photography and pet portraiture, just to name a few which can all be discussed for our club.

Being a member of the Southlands Photo Club you will receive a monthly email with all upcoming events to do with photography and get to share information and show off your work.

The club is intended as, a fun, enjoyable environment for the learning and practicing the craft of photography, so whether you are an amateur, a professional, someone with no experience, or somewhere in between, all are welcome.

At some point, one of the club’s members, will be talking about his own experience with photography and his disability, even though his Cerebral Palsy makes his hands shake, he will discuss how he overcome this and manages to enjoy and love taking photos.

So what’s stopping you? If you need more information on the Southlands Photography Club, then you can email me at roryliam1@hotmail.com or call 01895 580 148 Leave a message and I will get back to you.

Have a Look at the web site for Southlands Arts Centre http://www.southlandsarts.co.uk

rory


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Festival Master Class From Emerging to Professional Photographer: Considerations and Practice

Our earlybird offer ends 1st March – don’t miss out!

Zoe Whishaw will be exploring what it takes to attract potential clients to use your services and the essential characteristics and personality traits that you need if you are to be successful.

She will also be discussing how important it is for photographers to develop a consistent, coherent personal style that demonstrates a passion and talent in the area of photography they choose to work in. And to end with, she will reviewing the essential functionality and structure of a website to help attract art buyers and photo editors.

  • What are the markets for a professional photographer?
  • What is the commercial market looking for in a photographer?
  • What characteristics in a photographer do art buyers and photo editors for look for?
  • What are the essential elements of a compelling website?
  • What does a photographer’s rep/agent do and when is the right time to find one?
  • What are the best ways to market your work?

 

When: 22nd May 2014

Times: 7pm – 9.30 pm

Where: The Crypt Borough High Street, London

Cost: Previous Exhibitors (including May 2014) £25; Non-exhibitors early-bird (must be booked by 1st March 2014) £30; if booked after 1st March 2014 £35

Places are limited and early booking is advised.

Zoe Whishaw is a Commercial Photography Consultant and mentor providing creative direction and strategic advice for photographers and photo agencies (www.zoewhishaw.com). She is an expert in the visual language of stills photography within commercial contexts and she has judged international photography competitions, including Wildlife Photographer of the Year, STA Travel Photo Competition, the Association of Photographers Open Awards and the 2011 annual Association of Photographers Awards and the London Photo FestivalOctober 2013.

www.zoewhishaw.com