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Friday Link Love

Posted by Stacey on: 10th Aug 2012


As the London 2012 Olympics is slowly drawing to an end - the Closing Ceremony will take place this Sunday - we thought it was only fitting for this week's Friday Link Love to be dedicated to Sports Photography and the myriad of amazing photographs that have been capturing the impressive sporting achievements of the World's top athletes. We hope you have enjoyed the Olympics and don't forget, if you have taken any great sporting photographs of your own, submissions are now open for our Sports Photography exhibition 'In the Moment'. Head on over to our submissions page for details.

1) How To Shoot More Like An Olympic Photographer
2) London 2012 Olympics: The Funny Side of Diving
3) Photographers Capture Multi-Exposure Shots Of Athletes In Action
4) London 2012 Olympics: Photographers' Tricks
5) Faces of East London Star in New Olympics Exhibition
6) Jamaica Celebrates as Usain Bolt Wins Double Sprint Gold
7) Our top photos from the London 2012 Olympic Games
8) Olympic Athletes Photographed Using a Field Camera and 100-Year-Old Lens
9) Behind the lens: The making of great Olympic photos
10) Linford Christie's Photography Exhibition is Run-of-the-Mill but Will be Successful

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Patrick Sim: Exploring A Journey Through People

Posted by Stacey on: 1st Aug 2012


In the summer of 2010, Patrick Sim undertook a journey travelling between Iceland and Venice and then back to the UK
solely by land and sea transportation. He documented his journey through photography and recently submitted his work to be considered for inclusion in our upcoming 'Our Stories' exhibition which is due to open on Saturday in Birmingham (see our exhibitions page for details). Whilst Patrick's work unfortunately did not make the final cut due to the sheer amount of submissions we received, his story is indeed an interesting one, which we thought you might like to hear more about. The following details have been provided by Patrick.

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Friday Link Love

Posted by Stacey on: 27th Jul 2012


Another week has passed by and before we know it August will be here. The Olympics are now underway so a couple of our Friday links have a sporting theme to them. If you are not too busy this weekend watching Team GB (or any other team for that matter) representing their country in any number of Olympic events, then perhaps you will have time to check out some of the stories we appreciated on the internet this past week.

1) Photographs of a China in Flux
2) The Best Photographer on Instagram Got Banned for Posting Boobs
3) Hipstamatic plans launch of Foundation for Photojournalism
4) The Power of Tragic Photos
5) The World in London exhibition - in pictures
6) 10 Top Tips from an Olympic Photographer
7) Naked Titans: Photographs of World-Class Athletes in the Buff
8) 'I was gutted that I'd been such a coward': photographers who didn't step in to help
9) Five guys take same photo for 30 years
10) Photographer Creates Surreal Self-Portraits To Express Emotions

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Friday Link Love

Posted by Stacey on: 20th Jul 2012


With only one exhibition running this week up in London, the TPA team has been concentrating on catching up with all the admin that goes into putting on all these touring exhibitions and we wisely started preparing for when the busy period kicks off again mid-August.

If you are at a loss for something exciting to do this weekend there are plenty of great photography activities we can suggest you take part in. Firstly, there is still time to enter our photography competition Flow and if you win you will receive a year's digital subscription to Amateur Photographer magazine so it's worth a shot (excuse the pun).

Or alternatively why not get out and about with your camera and take some photos that you can submit to be featured in one of our upcoming touring exhibitions? We have some great themes coming up which are now open for submissions including: Pocket Photography; In The Moment; The Colour Yellow; and A Beautiful World.

If that seems a bit too active for you, we have plenty of reading material for you to get your teeth stuck into with this weeks Friday Link Love.

1) How Google Street View is inspiring new photography
2) Get Some Perspective
3) Instagram, Kodak and the End of Innovation
4) Hot off the press: The Newsprint as a Medium for Photographers
5) What Type of Camera Holder Are You?
6) How One Photographer Got His Instagram Photos Into Sports Illustrated
7) Instagram is Debasing Real Photography
8) Vision Quest: An Israeli Photographer's Exploration of His Homeland
9) Amateur Photographer Captures Engagement & Seeks Out Couple
10) Photojournalism, Dead? Or Immortal?

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Flow Competition: Deadline Approaching

Posted by Stacey on: 20th Jul 2012

Image by John Walker
Our current theme in the Footprints Competition is nearing the end. We have had some great photographs being submitted for consideration though and if you have not got your entries in yet, you still have time. The competition closes on the 31st July so if you want to be in with a chance of winning a digital subscription to Amateur Photographer magazine you best head on over to our Competitions Page and find out how to submit your pictures.

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