Here are some tips for people preparing photographs for showing on a digital projector.
News and Opportunities
Look Photography Festival wants to see photographs from you that – collectively – will create an exhibition that local (Liverpool) LGBT people and their allies feel best represent…
We're looking for volunteers to help us out at our next Hothouse event on the 18th June - a fun day of new photography with talks by sixteen developing photographers in the region.
We need volunteers starting from 09:00 until 16:30. We're looking for volunteers for some or part of the day. We need help with registration and ushering, and we're particularly looking for volunteers with technical or AV skills.
The exhibition is a presentation of works from the Turner Prize winning Wolfgang Tillmans' series Neue Welt (New World) which were purchased for Glasgow Museums’ collection under the Art Fund International scheme (2007 -12).
A Stone’s Throw is a colloquial expression meaning ‘a short distance from’ and in this work, John Shinnick, a Manchester photographer, looks at the people who interact with the centre of Manchester: a metaphorical Stone’s Throw from the town hall steps. This fabulous cosmopolitan city has drawn people to it for generations and he set out to find some of these people and their reasons for connecting with the city.
South Manchester Camera Club's Annual Print Exhibition
As part of photographer and writer Jesse Alexander’s residency, Bank Street Arts is hosting a symposium this summer that will consider how contemporary landscape practice has shifted from its pastoral traditions to embrace more nuanced, personal approaches. Taking place on Saturday 23rd July between 1030-4, New Pastoral Paradigms: Explorations in Landscape and the Self will bring together a selection of photographic practitioners whose work combines the representation of place with personal and historical narratives.
Easdale Experiences announces the launch of their first practitioner-led photography courses in Argyll, to be held on the island in September, 2016. These short courses are aimed at people who love photography and want to take their practice to a new level. Using the island as inspiration, the teachers will help you explore what makes a great photograph and how to take one.
Over one busy weekend leading UK and international photographers will gather in Aberystwyth for a jam packed programme of talks, discussions, interviews, portfolio reviews and exhibitions for The Eye International Photography Festival.