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11 December 2018

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Second up in our series of interviews with our Awards Curators is Helen Parker: Co-Founder and Executive Producer, Another.  Read on to find out about Helens role, how commissioning is changing or not for photography and what she feels makes for an award winning image.

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EXHIBITION: Reform & Dreams; 40 Years of Reform and Opening Up

10 December 2018

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Year five student Chen Yue (right), also an actress of a local children's Peking Opera troupe, takes a selfie after performance in Haimen, east China’s Jiangsu Province. (Xinhua/Huang Zhe)

Reform and Dream: A Photographic Celebration of China's Reform and Opening Up


A brand new free photography exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of China’s Reform and Opening up will launch on Monday 10 December at London’s Kings Cross Station.

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EXHIBITION: Common People by Wendy Carrig

Common People by Wendy Carrig, an exhibition of photographs recording life at the Greenham Common Peace Camp during the 1980s.

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AWARDS 2019 CURATOR INTERVIEW: Jillian Edelstein

Whilst the Awards 2019 call for entries are open we are running a series of interviews with our Awards Curators to give you an insight into their roles and most importantly what they feel makes for an award winning image. First up is Photographer and Documentary Film Maker Jillian Edelstein who is the curator of the Photojournalism category.

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XMAS GIFT GUIDE: Books, Prints, Calendars and more

A Christmas Gift Guide to make this years present buying easy  - perfect for anyone with a photographic interest.

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We catch up with recently joined member Polly Webster who shoots food & lifestyle.  Polly offers an insight into the essentials of being a food photographer, what makes for a great location along with offering her advice to those beginning a photographic career.

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London-born photographer and AOP Member Tim Flach is returning to his home town to exhibit ‘Endangered’, a collection of extraordinary photography that portrays the beauty and character of animals that are rare, vulnerable or in imminent danger of becoming extinct. Having travelled many thousands of miles to capture creatures in their natural habitat over a period of 20 months, Flach describes the project as the most important work he has completed so far in his career.

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Last Thursday evening in Manchester this years winners of the Sun 30 Awards were announced.  We'd like to send out our congratulations to the following winning AOP Members.

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