The London Photo Show is organised by the same people behind 36exp Photographers’ School, which offers photography courses covering a wide spectrum of subjects, interests and skill levels. The highly-regarded courses have been featured in publications such as Professional Photographer, The Sunday Times, Photography Blog, SLR Lounge, Londonist and Amateur Photographer Magazine.
The winners of our recent photography competition series with Professional Photography magazine will have their photographs exhibited at The London Photo Show and will receive an invitation to the private view, which is a great opportunity to meet industry professionals. They will also be featured in Professional Photography magazine, win a small cash prize and will be featured in our quarterly publication Photo Voices.
The July photography competition is now open for submissions and we are looking for images that reflect on the theme of ‘Friendship’.
If you are interested in exhibiting at the London Photo Show, you can also enter your work here. Regular spaces (155cm wide) cost £155 and large spaces (250cm wide) cost £225. PhotoVoice members can enjoy a 10% discount on exhibition space! Click here to find the member’s discount code.
July Photography Competition
Opens – 03/07/2017
Closes – 27/07/2017
Judge - Dan Gaba, Photo Editor at The Wall Street Journal
The United Nations’ ‘International Day of Friendship’ promotes the idea that friendship between people, countries, cultures and individuals can inspire peace efforts and build bridges between communities.
Inspired by Ibrahims’ image (featured above) from PhotoVoice’s project ‘And We Shall Find Tales in the Shadows’, this month’s competition theme is ‘Friendship’. In all genres of photography, we want to see people and communities coming together, strengthening friendships, and helping one another.
Please feel free to interpret the theme in whichever way you like.
Featured image: “When you help others, you help yourself” © Ibrahim 2014 | PhotoVoice | World Vision UK | ‘And we shall find tales in the shadows’ | Jordan