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ANNOUNCEMENT: Tim Flach is new AOP President

25 March 2019

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© Tim Flach

We are delighted to announce that photographer, Tim Flach, is the new President of the Association.

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EXHIBITION: Tough Women in Sport & Adventure

25 March 2019

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© Nyla Sammons

Nyla's portraits of women who undertake sporting adventures is showcased at the Crossrail Place Roof Garden, Canary Wharf until 5 April.

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Colour management: Achieving your creative vision

We catch up with AOP Affiliates Datacolor who talk us through how to achieve your creative vision through colour management.

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f22 - Women Photographers at the AOP - Launching on International Women's Day

We are delighted to announce the resurrection of the group f22  - Women Members at the AOP - #thefstartshere

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Member Simon Tomkinson talks to us about his upcoming first major solo exhibition Movement Studies i-iv, opening on 14th March at the Truman Brewery.

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Our friends at Copytrack are happy to announce the start of the registration for their PHOTOFUTURE eventt in London which will be held on Friday, March 22, 2019 at Shoreditch House. The event is free and tickets are limited to 100.

Over the course of the one-day event, four hand-selected keynote speakers will walk you through innovative ways to protect and monetise your images in a rapidly evolving photographic landscape.


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We catch up with Alys Tomlinson who's award winning project Ex- Voto is about to go on tour in the UK.  The photographic project which explores Catholic pilgrimage sites is also due to be released as a book this March.  Alys shoots a combination of commissioned and personal projects. 

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Jocelyn Horsfall wins the Portfolio Award at International Garden Photographer of the Year

Jocelyn Horsfall has won 1st Place in the Portfolios category of the prestigious International Garden Photographer of the Year competition. Her series of 6 images entitled “Tropical Wonderland” were taken at the Palmhouse in Kew Gardens using an infra red camera, which has an almost magical effect on the appearance of the plants and foliage. The result is an ethereal, dreamlike wonderland, with a variety of textures and forms that demonstrate the lushness, tranquility and ‘otherworldliness’ of this tropical paradise. 

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