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# 56 – Loss

Dealing with it, reversing it, how can this concept by show in an image? Can you find something that coveys loss to the viewer of the image, using one object, two? What about with one person or many. Think about expressing loss with expression, gesture, colour. Don’t go for the obvious.

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# 55 – Entanglement

Tangled vegetation, tangled string, a tangled life, show us what you can do in relation to entanglement. To entangle is to intertwine in a confused mess. Although this is not to say that entanglement is necessary ugly or even bad. We love this image as it shows natures entanglement the plants that grow together

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Five Awarded National Media Museum’s Photography Bursaries

Five photographers have been awarded photography bursaries from the National Media Museum. The five winners David Birkin, Jonathan Foulger, Tess Hurrell, Jo Longhurst and Indre Serpytyte were chosen out of 200 applications, the highest number reached in the Bursary’s history.

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Photographers Lead Fightback Against Police

If you’re a photographer, you can’t have missed the increased tension between the authorities and photographers who want to pursue their profession or hobby by taking photographs in public places. The intolerance faced by photographers, professional or otherwise has been highlighted in press, parliament and online. A new website aimed at stepping up the fightback [Read the Rest…]

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National Media Museum Annual Bursary Awards 2009

As part of the National Media Museum’s ongoing commitment to photography, the 2009 annual bursary awards have been announced and the deadline for applications is 25th September 2009. In order to qualify, applicants must provide in addition to the application form, a written synopsis of their proposal in addition to their CV and an example [Read the Rest…]

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# 54 – Warm

Being warm is something that humans love, it’s a comfortable place to be, but what about when it’s taken to the extreme, you may say this picture doesn’t necessarily depict warm,

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Online Photography Course Improve Your Photography Skills

Online photography courses can make it easier for people who want to improve their photography skills get the technical know how to develop their photography skills. Knowing which course is worthwhile is part and parcel of finding the best course to fit your own skill level and needs.

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# 53 – Love And Hate

Two sides of the same coin some people say, but can you capture an interpretation of these two very strong emotions in one image, or a series of images? This week “Love and Hate” is the photography project prompt we’d like you to tackle. Do you already have something that depicts love, can you add [Read the Rest…]

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# 52 – Cleaning

Time for another Pixaday photography project prompt. This week it’s “Cleaning”. It’s a chore to some but to others a joy. Cleaning offers the opportunity for photographers to interpret how this activity is enjoyed or loathed or just merely endure by both people and animals. Think of how a cat spends hours cleaning it’s fur [Read the Rest…]

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LIP Greenwich Photography Exhibition

A photography exhibition by the Greenwich Group of London Independent Photography at the Viewfinder Gallery London SE10 Wednesday 20th to Monday 25th August. This is the first exhibition by The Greenwich group, and the grand title Greenwich Annuale (shades of Venice-on-the-Thames) reflects the openness and inclusiveness of the group – anyone who had ever attended [Read the Rest…]

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