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Posted by Stacey on: 2nd Nov 2012


This past week, news has been dominated by stories of the violent storm that has hit the East coast of the United States and there have been some very vivid and haunting images circulating in the media and on social media platforms of the destruction that hurricane Sandy has left in its wake. As usual, this has stirred some heated debate about the use of Instagram and other such apps for documenting events of this nature. Time magazine even used an Instagram photograph on the cover of their latest issue. We'd love to know what you think on the matter so please do leave us comment below!

1. Wilhelm Brasse Dead: Auschwitz Photographer And Prisoner Dies At 95
2. On Photography: Keeping the Creative Juices Flowing
3.100 Ideas That Changed Photography
4. Architecture Photographers On Holiday
5. Why Time Magazine Used Instagram To Cover Hurricane Sandy
6. Superstorm Sandy's Story Told in Dramatic Images on Photo Sharing Sites
7. Science Museum's New Photography Gallery Officially Unveiled
8. Jo Longhurst Wins $50,000 Photography Prize
9. Hurricane Sandy Brings Storm of Fake News and Photos to New York
10. Light from the Middle East: New Photography

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New Competition Announced:Unusual Everyday

Posted by Stacey on: 25th Oct 2012


As we were brainstorming our next competition theme, we wanted to come up with something that would inspire you to be a little more creative with your photography, to see the world through different eyes, to question your approach and to venture outside of your comfort zone.

We also wanted to choose a theme that everybody could take part in and that was not limited to a certain genre of photography or a certain context or subject matter. We wanted to give you free reign to explore photography on your terms but to do so in a way that would stretch your imagination and challenge your abilities.

That's when we came up with the theme Unusual Everyday. We want to see photographs that depict your interpretation of this theme. They can be photographs that you already have as part of your portfolio or archive or photographs that you have set up and staged with this competition in mind. The options are endless and we really don't want to impose too many restraints, but in order to give you a better idea of how you may like to explore this theme, we have put together a list to help you get started and to spark some inspiration.

You may like to think about, but are not limited to, images of the following:

· Everyday objects or places taken from unusual angles or perspectives

· Unusual uses of everyday objects

· Everyday objects shot in unusual places

· Everyday activities done in an unusual way

· Something unusual that you might not see everyday

· Unusual activities taking place in everyday locations



The list really is endless, but hopefully this has given you something to think about and if you are still not feeling inspired, we have put together a small selection of images that may help to get your creative juices flowing.
Unusual Everyday
If a creative challenge isn't motivation enough, then perhaps the chance of winning a subscription to a premium photographic magazine is? For more details head on over to our competitions page.

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TPAtalk In Bristol With Matt Daw Of PhotoVoice

Posted by Stacey on: 19th Oct 2012

Hikamat Right to Education

The first in an exciting new series of free TPAtalks will take place in Bristol on 01 November 2012 at 16:30. Hosted by The University of the West of England, the talk will be presented by TPA in collaboration with the charity organisation PhotoVoice. A presentation will be given by Matt Daw, Projects Manager at PhotoVoice, who will be introducing the work of PhotoVoice and explaining the projects that feature in TPA's touring exhibition, VOICES, which is currently making its way around the country. Matt will also give us an insight into the concept of participatory photography and the way in which it can be used as a powerful tool to promote social change.

For TPA, participatory photography is a particularly interesting area of photography and we are extremely happy to welcome Matt Daw and PhotoVoice to our first TPAtalk.

Whilst the talk is taking place at the University, it is open to the general public so we invite you all to come along and join in the discussion.

A Q&A session will follow the talk and Matt Daw, along with TPA Communications Manager Antony Riley, will be happy to answer any questions you may have. We hope to see you there!

What:
TPAtalk with Matt Daw of PhotoVoice
Where: Room 3B1, University of the West of England, Bower Ashton Campus, Bristol BS3 2JT
(3rd floor of B Block - the tallest building on the campus. Top of the stairs/lift turn left)

Please download the PDF map for details also visit how to get to Bower Ashton Campus on the UWE website for more.

When: Thursday 1st November @ 16:30
Who: Open to the general public, students, and anyone with an interest in photography

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Mobile Tools Bring A New Photography Era

Posted by Stacey on: 15th Oct 2012

We spotted this video report over on CNN and we just had to share it with you. In the video Richard Koci Hernandez explains how he believes smartphones have democratized photography, and Instagram, in particular, has given us an unprecedented platform for our snapshots. Hernandez is a national……

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Posted by Stacey on: 12th Oct 2012


It's all quiet here on the TPA front at the moment. We only had one exhibition earlier this week at Henrietta House in London and we have one starting tomorrow at Astral Towers in Crawley (see our exhibitions page for more details). However, this has given us all a little bit of respite and enabled us to reassess, take stock (literally) and catch up on those long overdue administrative jobs that get put to the bottom of the pile when things are more hectic. Luckily this has given us a great opportunity to concentrate on the blog and we have some really great interviews scheduled in with some fantastic photographers who we are hoping will inspire you and your creative endeavors.

1) A Photographer's Ode To Unsung Artists
2) The Cosmos In Living Color: Michael Benson's Interstellar Imagery
3) Shedding Old Stereotypes and Imposing New Ones in Eastern Europe
4) What Is Conceptual Photography?
5) No Filter: Inside Hipstamatic's Lost Year Searching For The Next Killer Social App
6) British Journal of Photography wins Lucie Award for Photography Magazine of the Year
7) Photographer Holds Festival of Hope Amid Aleppo Fighting
8) Too Young to Wed
9) Hasselblad Opens its New Design Centre in Italy
10) Rock n' Roll Gold: Lost Rolling Stones Photos Found at Flea Market

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