Gabrielle Motola: Patreon So Far
14 April 2021
Board member Gabrielle Motola on a deep dive into her experiences with using Patreon to teach and share her work.
In 2015, I was deliberating about launching a Kickstarter campaign to finance the printing of my book, An Equal Difference. At the time, Kickstarter struck me as something akin to begging for money to make something you could not afford to make. And Patreon? Well, Patreon seemed like its much weirder, more esoteric sister. But that was then.Read More
AOP Member Focus: Frederic Aranda
19 March 2021
We speak to AOP Accredited Photographer Member Frederic Aranda about his Portraiture work. An AOP Awards finalist in 2019 and 2017, Frederic specialises in both Individual and Group Portraiture.
International Womens Day 2021
In celebration of International Women's Day we asked our members to send us images that resonated with them and encapsulated the sentiment of this day.
Anne Mannion: International Womens Day 2021
As the AOP celebrates International Women’s Day, we salute the many outstanding women professional photographers. Yet as we recognise our talented women members, it begs the question – why aren’t there more of them?
Louise Hagger: What I Eat
When the AOP asked me to think of some of the places that formed the foundation of my love of food and the photography of it, it was a dream-trip back into my childhood memories. Four Seasons on Gerrard Street is iconic for their roast duck, it always has been and hopefully always will be amazing - It's one of my absolute favourite dishes to eat!
Kinetics, a major new studio venue
Kinetics Space is a brand new state-of-the-art film/photographic studio in the heart of the Midlands. Catering for photographic shoots along with XR virtual reality productions, live product launches, virtual conferences, film shoots and set design/build.
Here we get (virtually) face-to-face with Matt Coombe Managing Director of this amazing studio facility.
LGBTQ+ History Month
We could not let the month go past without acknowledging LGBTQ+ History Month and so we asked our members to present some images that represent love, equality and unity and that sparked a chord and the need to share.
WORKSHOP: Personal History and Documentary by SDN
Social Documentary Network (SDN) is a global community of documentary photographers, editors, curators, journalists and others who believe in the power of visual storytelling to build understanding and appreciation for the complexities, nuances, wonders, and contradictions that abound in the world today. In 2015, SDN founded ZEKE: The Magazine of Global Documentary, a print and digital publication featuring the best of global documentary.Read More