EXHIBITION: OBJECT/CREATE by Owen Davies
Object/Create at Royal Albert Hall, by Owen Davies x Lyrix Organiz
Object / Create goes behind the curtain of creativity with an intimate photography exhibition by Lyrix Organix photographer Owen Davies, at Royal Albert Hall’s Ground Floor Amphi Corridor throughout February, as part of RAH's Unstoppable Voicesseason.
AWARDS 2019 CURATOR INTERVIEW: Fiona Shields
Continuing with our series of curator interviews for the AOP Awards 2019 we bring you Fiona Shields - Head of Photography at The Guardian, who will be curating the Stills category of the Open Awards.Read More
The Importance of Colour Management for Black and White Prints
AOP Affiliates Datacolor share their expertise by bringing you a feature on the importance of colour management for black and white prints.
EXHIBITION: 209 Women
To mark 100 years since some women achieved the right to vote, 209 new photographic portraits of all female MPs, shot exclusively by female photographers have taken over parliament with an exhibition, which is free and open to the public. 20 of our members were selected to take part.
Competition T's & C's
Nick Dunmur offers advice on what to look out for when entering photography competitions.
Competitions and awards in photography abound these days. You could probably enter a new one every week, so how do you know if it's worth your while, and, more importantly, that you're not compromising your rights?Read More
Andrea Jones wins 'Photographer of the Year' at the Garden Media Guild Awards.
AOP Member Andrea Jones has won the Gordon Rae Photographer of The Year award at the Garden Media Guild Awards, the so-called gardening ‘Oscars’. Andrea who lives in Barr near Girvan, was recognised for her portfolio of professional photography published in various national and international media over the last 12 months including images (above) of Dunrobin Castle Gardens and Lip na Cloiche on the Isle of Mull.
AWARDS 2019 CURATOR INTERVIEW: Ben Nash
Continuing with our series of interviews with The Awards Curators we have Ben Nash - Deputy Head of Creative Production from Karmarama.Read More
DOUBLE VISION: Creativity and the Value of Shared Vision.
Continuing with our series of features for Computer Arts Magazine we interviewed Ilka & Franz. Scrolling through our list of photographers you notice that the large majority operates alone. Of course there are invaluable assistants, producers, retouchers and teams of people involved in a shoot, but the vision derives from the photographer. So what does the creative process look like for a photography duo? Are two creative visions better than one? We catch up with Ilka and Franz, partners both professionally and personally, to investigate the value in having a shared vision.Read More