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Want to be exhibited at photo19 Zurich?#photography #london #zurich #londonphotofestival

We have been invited again to take part in photo19 Zurich’s ‘Directors Choice Series’.  The series will show exhibited images from up to 100 photography festivals from all around the world.

photo19 Zurich is the largest festival dedicated to Swiss photography ranging from different areas such as press, advertising and art. Yearly, national and international photographers, present their current work at the fair, which provides more than 7000m2 exhibition space spread out through the premises at Halle 622 and StagOne in Zurich, Switzerland. photo19 Zurich shows a broad overview of the current photographic creativity in Switzerland. http://www.photo-schweiz.ch.  The festival boosts over 27,000 visitors yearly and it counts as one of the biggest and most prestigious photography events in Europe.

We are delighted to invite you to submit ONE image (your best!) to be digitally exhibited in Zurich next year. This collaboration presents you with a great opportunity to get international exposure. photo19 Zurich has more than 250 national and international photographers exhibiting their work.

Submit your image here.

Deadline to submit: 30 September 2018

There is only space for 20 images and we’ll notify the successful photographers by the end of October 2018

Good luck!

Submissions: One per artist
Entry Deadline: 30 September 2018
Copyright: All submitted images remain sole property of artist/photographer.
Entry Fee(s): Free
Judges: London Photo Festival
Eligibility: Contest is open to all individuals 18 years and older, worldwide.

 

Carlos Bueno

Image credit: Carlos Bueno

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Summer updates: London Photo Festival #photography #london #competitions #photographycompetitions

Hope you are enjoying the summer!  We have a few dates for your diaries:-

  1. The World Around Us photography competition – we are (ambitiously!) trying to get images entered from every country in the world! You can enter here
  2. Would you like to be featured on our Photographers of the World Instagram Project?  We want to see the photographer begin the camera!
  3. We are now accepting entries for our Festival in 2019 – the theme is architecture.

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We catch up with Best in Show Winner May 2018 Daniel Bradley Photography #londonphotofestival #streetphotography

‘Lost in the city’ was taken from a series Daniel produced in his third year at university. Daniel excels in street photography using lighting and different camera techniques to produce powerful and atmospheric images.
Titled ‘Isolated’ Daniel wanted to explore street photography is a different aspect, looking at how lighting affects an images atmosphere and the emotion it portrays.
‘Isolated’ looks deeper into how even in our vastly populated society, full of communication and expanding environments, we can still feel alone and uncertain. The work looks to show how a single person can be lost by delving into the idea of being trapped and isolated from everything and everyone around us, even in a world so connected.
Images can be found on Daniel’s website https://www.danielbradleyphotography.co.uk/Photography/Isolated/
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The People Have Spoken! Who won our F/factor competition? #photography #london #londonphotofestival

It was a closely run contest in our F/factor competition, where the public have a chance to vote for their favourite image at the Festival. This year’s theme was street photography and you can see the winning images on our Facebook page. Congratulations to the following photographers:-

!st – Tony Sellen (Evolution)

2nd – Tony Sellen (The Reverend)

3rd – Brecciaroli (Rebel Mayo)

4th – Gearoid Hayes (Floating Flowershop)

 

 

Other high votes and not in vote order:-

Alice Gardoni (As Life 2)

AYLC (Shadow Lines)

Bob Chiu (Hiking in the snow)

Helena Sikk ( Fixing the Bike in 2017)

Ilya Trofimenko (Summer In The City)

John Kelly ( Little China Girl)

John Kelly (Watch the Master)

Kant Rathod (The Lost Art of Conversation)

Keith Davies (Ice Cream)

Maria Kalogiorgi (Man Counting His Money)

Mark Heathcote (Zombie Love)

Matthew Pritchard (Homeward Bound)

Maya Simeon ( Angel Kid)

Mayur Channagere (Old and Forgotten)

Michael Callagher (Wine By The Canal)

Muge Karatas (Stop)

Natasha Bennett (Dog Walker)

Nicola Breen (water competition)

Pablo Ruiz (The Right Step)

Samantha Connolly (Only Passing Through)

Stuart Cashmore (Lonely Table)

Tony Sellen (Running in Circles)