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Close Up: Communications Manager Antony Riley

Posted by Stacey on: 17th Sep 2012

TPA Communications Manager Antony Riley
This month in our Close Up series we speak to Antony Riley, who is Communications Manager here at TPA. He tells us about how he raises awareness of the work that TPA does, how photography dominates his home life and how he believes that these are very exciting times for photography.

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Flow Competition: Winners Announced

Posted by Stacey on: 12th Sep 2012

Jophel Botero Ybiosa

Jophel Botero Ybiosa's image 'Flow of Fun' won first prize in our FLOW competition


Last week on our Facebook page, we announced the long awaited results of our photography competition FLOW. With over 500 entrants to the last theme in the Footprints series, our judge Steve Bloom, himself an award-winning photographic artist, really did have his work cut out. Luckily for Steve, we were able to whittle the entries down to a shortlist of 40 images before he was tasked with selecting those lucky participants whose work was to feature amongst the winning images.

Jophel Botero Ybiosa (above) was awarded first prize for his image 'Flow of Fun' and judge Steve Bloom said: "This picture shows the photographer's exceptional luck and timing. The children in the water appear to be enjoying themselves, seemingly oblivious to their hazardous situation. They are caught up in the flowing torrent, while behind them the bus moves quickly. The slight motion-blur of the bus emphasizes its speed. The boy's head is framed by the wheel, adding a sense of danger, and the composition is further enhanced by the oval pattern on the bus which frames and points to the boys, increasing the tension in the composition."

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Friday Link Love

Posted by Stacey on: 7th Sep 2012


Another week is over and done with and what a busy week it has been for TPA. Two of our exhibitions came to an end this week in Milton Keynes and Bristol, but another three have opened. If you're at a lose end this week make sure you check out our exhibitions page to see if one of our pop up galleries will be in a venue near you. If not you can get your weekend photography fix by having a browse through this week's selection of links. Enjoy!


1) Photography Acronyms
2) Adobe Stories: Photography as Another Type of Medicine
3) The New Economics of Photojournalism: The rise of Instagram
4) Deutsche Börse Photography Prize Won by John Stezaker
5) Photographer Anton Kusters Spends Two Years Documenting the Life of a Tokyo Yakuza Gang
6) Scenes From A Disaster: Modern San Francisco Remembers The 1906 Earthquake
7) Photojournalism: The Cost of Covering Conflicts
8) Photographer Snaps a Million Photos Out His Window in Two Years
9) 40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken
10) Striking Black and White Portraits of Art Painted on Faces

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Spotlight: Our Stories

Posted by Stacey on: 5th Sep 2012

Photograph of Mr Sushil Kumar Chattopadhyay from Kolkata, India taken by Abhijit Chakraborty

Photograph of Mr Sushil Kumar Chattopadhyay from Kolkata, India taken by Abhijit Chakraborty

Our Stories is the theme of our most recent photographic exhibition, which has just completed its first tour around the country. The exhibition is devoted to documentary photography and features the work of 20 photographers who use the camera as a tool for documenting the natural, social and political landscapes of our times. All at different stages in their careers, the photographers come from all over the world and many have travelled far and wide to record the stories they wish to tell.

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The Manual Photography Cheat Sheet

Posted by Stacey on: 3rd Sep 2012



Last week we spotted this great infographic on Pinterest and we just had to share it with you. It was created by Miguel Yatco, a 19-year-old photography & visual arts enthusiast. This handy visual aid gives a simple explanation to some of the more technical terms you might come across in photography such as aperture and ISO. The notes below from Miguel provide some more detailed information.

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