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Spotlight: 200 Faces

Posted by Stacey on: 31st May 2012

Allen Myers Nomad Sight

Allen Myers is one of the photographers whose work is featured in our touring exhibition 200 Faces. For the past few years he has been travelling the world and documenting his experiences through photography. We caught up with him to find out more about his story.

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Friday Link Love

Posted by Stacey on: 25th May 2012

This week has been a bit of a whirlwind here at TPA, but the office move is now complete and we are all pretty much settled in. We've not had a moment to relax though as we have 3 exhibitions kicking off tomorrow: two in London and one in Leeds. Make sure you pop on over to the exhibitions page for details.

I think the whole team will agree that this weekend will provide a much needed opportunity to recharge our batteries before another hectic week is upon us. If, over the weekend, you find yourself at a loose end, or you need something to read whilst lounging around in the long overdue sunshine, why not cast your eye over these great photography related articles we came across whilst stumbling around the internet. Hopefully, our Friday Link Love series will provide something to inspire and inform you this weekend.

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Contrast Competition Deadline Approaching

Posted by Stacey on: 24th May 2012

Contrast by Muhammad Munimuzzaman Khan

As this week draws to an end we are getting ever closer to the rapidly approaching deadline for our current photographic competition. Entries for the Footprints competition will be accepted until Thursday 31st May so make sure you get your submissions in before this date in order to be in with a chance of winning a digital subscription to Amateur Photographer magazine and having your work exhibited in one of the TPA's nationwide touring exhibitions. We have already had some great entries but you have to be in it to win it, as they say!

The theme for this competition is Contrast and we are looking for images that define contrast in the most creative and obscure way. For more details please see our Competitions page.

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Friday Link Love

Posted by Stacey on: 18th May 2012

Friday has come round again and at TPA we have had an extremely busy week. We are relocating offices so it has been complete chaos with all the removals. But despite all the turmoil we are still beavering away and we have even managed to start a new series of blog posts.

Friday Link Love is a series that we will endeavour to post every Friday and it will feature links to interesting photography related stories that we have come across on the web during the week. So here are this week's links. We hope you find something that will grab your attention.

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One Day. Millions Of Perspectives

Posted by Stacey on: 15th May 2012

Today, people all over the world will be reaching for their cameras to take part in a global documentation project of epic proportions. This unique photographic event has been initiated by the Swedish non-profit foundation Expressions of Humankind and is being supported by a highly respected global advisory council and a special scientific council. The idea behind the initiative is to use the power of photography to create, share and inspire perspectives on daily life.

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