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First new Career Talk 29 May

Ella Leonard, the AOP's Operations Director confirms the details for our first talk in the new series.

"After a lengthy absence we are extremely pleased to announce the return of our very popular Career Talks.  The talks are open to everyone but should be of special interest to students, graduates and recent assistants. 

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Career Talks: share your knowledge

Interested in sharing your valuable knowledge and experience with the great British public? Then our monthly career talks are for you!

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Are you in the running this year?

Not long now, before the final deadline of the 30th Photographers Awards - 6pm Friday 31 May.  Who will be this year’s winners? Do you have what it takes to bring home a coveted Gold Award?  Want to get your work in front of the likes of John Claridge, Max Forsythe, Roger Tooth and Peter Bailey?  

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AOP on Symposium programme

Gwen Thomas the AOP's legal and business director and Nick Dunmur,commercial photographer and AOP board member, are both scheduled to talk today, 17 May, at the the fifth National Photography Symposium being held in Liverpool until 18 May.

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Find an Assistant

Just to remind all photographer members of the great resource available on the AOP's very own website…the Find an Assistant list.

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Douglas Kurn: The Spirit of Brooklands

Online exhibition The Spirit of Brooklands by AOP member Douglas Kurn opens today, 9 May.

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Max Jowitt wins Best Shot

Congratulations to Max Jowitt a first year photography student of digital photography at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication, one of the AOP's affiliated courses.

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Protect your work via PLUS

Gwen Thomas, the AOP's Business & Legal Director encourages all AOP members to register with PLUS.

"The ERR bill has gone through the two Houses and received Royal Assent and, despite the level of noise made by many in the creative industries, it went through with minimal changes.

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