We are proud to announce that former LSP student Jessica Jager has won the 2017 Wedisson award for best wedding photography with her photo of a couple on the beach. Here, she talks about her love of photography, and breaking into and succeeding in a very competitive but at the same time rewarding market.
Do you think you have what it takes to take part in one of the year’s most prestigious competitions?
Bird Photographer of the Year (BPOTY) has announced the winning entries for 2017 and is calling for entries to its 2018 competition.
This years £5,000 prize winner was Alejandro Prieto Rojas with his photo of Flamingos taken in Mexico.
“Ever since my uncle gifted me with a compact film camera, in my early teens, I have always had a camera with me.
Photography became increasingly important for me, transitioning from a way to document holidays to a way to express myself, particularly during difficult times. Read More
Text Source: HariMag (translated from Italian)
Images by Antonio Leanza
Madeinmedi hosts the founder of the London School of Photography
Madeinmedi this year opened its doors to the world of photography. Students from the Department of Photography will be present at the event with some of their work inside the exhibition. Young, future talented photographers will be able to gain new stimuli from Antonio Leanza, founder of the London School of Photography, who will be present at the show. Antonio, born Sicilian, brings with him forty years of artistic and profound photographic activity. After years of teaching and living in London, he opened the London School of Photography in early 2000. Madeinmedi wants to Award Antonio’s unshakable resolve in sharing his know-how, his vision and experience with cultures other than ours.
Text and images by Val Masferrer Oliveira
I started photographing in 1982. Since then it has always been the way I choose to express myself, including during the time I was working in advertising and design.
It was a hobby until I started the Professional Photography Course at LSP. There, I was able to turn a passion into business.
If you haven’t heard of Lens Culture yet, you need to visit their website straight away.
The online magazine is a really resourceful place for photographers or anyone who wants to keep up with the latest trends and debates in photography.
They have just released a free guide from Magnum Photos: Wear Good Shoes: Inspiring Advice from Magnum Photographers filled with excellent tips, advice and words of wisdom from the photographers at Magnum, as well as many of their iconic images. A great resource for anyone who wants to make better pictures.
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